For this example to work, shape three must be a callout.
set accent of callout format of callout 3 of active document to true
set angle of callout format of callout 3 of active document to angle30
set callout has border of callout format of callout 3 of active document to ¬
set callout type of callout format of callout 3 of active document to ¬
preset drop callout 3 of active document DropType drop top
True if a vertical accent bar separates the callout text from the callout line. Read/write.
Returns or sets the angle of the callout line. If the callout line contains more than one line
segment, this property returns or sets the angle of the segment that is farthest from the callout
text box. Read/write.
Can be one of the following:
If you set the value of this property to anything other than angle automatic, the callout line
maintains a fixed angle as you drag the callout.
True if the place where the callout line attaches to the callout text box changes depending on
whether the origin of the callout line (where the callout points to) is to the left or right of the
callout text box. Read/write.
When the value of this property is true, the drop value (the vertical distance from the edge of
the callout text box to the place where the callout line attaches) is measured from the top of the
text box when the text box is to the right of the origin, and it's measured from the bottom of the
text box when the text box is to the left of the origin. When the value of this property is false,
the drop value is always measured from the top of the text box, regardless of the relative
positions of the text box and the origin. To set the drop value, use the
and use the drop property to return the drop value.
Setting this property affects a callout only if it has an explicitly set drop value, that is, if the
value of the drop type property is drop custom. By default, callouts have explicitly set drop
values when they're created.