IPXC_Pages::InsertPage Method

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Inserts new empty page to the [[PXV:IPXC_Document|core document]].
 
Inserts new empty page to the [[PXV:IPXC_Document|core document]].
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== Syntax ==
 
== Syntax ==
 
<pre class="brush:cpp;gutter:false">HRESULT InsertPage([in]                      ULONG                nBefore,
 
<pre class="brush:cpp;gutter:false">HRESULT InsertPage([in]                      ULONG                nBefore,
                   [in]                      PXC_Rect*            mediaBox,
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                   [in]                      PXC_Rect*            stMediaBox,
                   [out, defaultvalue(NULL)]  IPXC_UndoRedoData**  ppUndoData,
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                   [out, defaultvalue(NULL)]  IPXC_UndoRedoData**  pUndoData,
                   [out, retval]              IPXC_Page**          ppNewPage);</pre>
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                   [out, retval]              IPXC_Page**          pNewPage);</pre>
  
 
== Parameters ==
 
== Parameters ==
 
;nBefore
 
;nBefore
:[in]  Select page before which the new page will be inserted. Note that entering value which exceeds or is equal to the pages count in the [[PXV:IPXC_Document|core document]] will insert new page after the last page. Entering a value of zero (0) will place the empty page before the first page in the document.
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:[in]  Select page before which the new page will be inserted. Note that entering value that exceeds or is equal to the pages count in the [[PXV:IPXC_Document|core document]] will insert new page after the last page. Entering a value of zero (0) will place the empty page before the first page in the document.
;mediaBox
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;stMediaBox
 
:[in]  Pointer to [[PXV:PXC_Rect|PXC_Rect]] containing the dimensions of the new page's media box.
 
:[in]  Pointer to [[PXV:PXC_Rect|PXC_Rect]] containing the dimensions of the new page's media box.
;ppUndoData
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;pUndoData
 
:[out, defaultvalue(NULL)]  Pointer to [[PXV:IPXC_UndoRedoData|IPXC_UndoRedoData]] containing the filled Undo/Redo data if any was given to be filled.
 
:[out, defaultvalue(NULL)]  Pointer to [[PXV:IPXC_UndoRedoData|IPXC_UndoRedoData]] containing the filled Undo/Redo data if any was given to be filled.
;ppNewPage
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;pNewPage
 
:[out, retval]  Pointer to [[PXV:IPXC_Page|IPXC_Page]] containing the newly created page.
 
:[out, retval]  Pointer to [[PXV:IPXC_Page|IPXC_Page]] containing the newly created page.
  
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== See Also ==
 
== See Also ==
[[PXV:IPXC_Pages|IPXC_Pages]].
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[[PXV:IPXC_Pages|IPXC_Pages]]

Latest revision as of 02:33, 15 June 2015

Inserts new empty page to the core document.

Syntax

HRESULT InsertPage([in]                       ULONG                nBefore,
                   [in]                       PXC_Rect*            stMediaBox,
                   [out, defaultvalue(NULL)]  IPXC_UndoRedoData**  pUndoData,
                   [out, retval]              IPXC_Page**          pNewPage);

Parameters

nBefore
[in] Select page before which the new page will be inserted. Note that entering value that exceeds or is equal to the pages count in the core document will insert new page after the last page. Entering a value of zero (0) will place the empty page before the first page in the document.
stMediaBox
[in] Pointer to PXC_Rect containing the dimensions of the new page's media box.
pUndoData
[out, defaultvalue(NULL)] Pointer to IPXC_UndoRedoData containing the filled Undo/Redo data if any was given to be filled.
pNewPage
[out, retval] Pointer to IPXC_Page containing the newly created page.

Return Value

Returns S_OK if operation was successful or error code in other cases.

See Also

IPXC_Pages