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TifPictureElement CoClass

Graphic Element to display TIF Pictures.

Product Availability

Available with ArcGIS Engine, ArcGIS Desktop, and ArcGIS Server.

Supported Platforms

Windows, Solaris, Linux

Interfaces

Interfaces Description
IBoundsProperties Provides access to members that control Bounds Properties.
IClone (esriSystem) Provides access to members that control cloning of objects.
IElement Provides access to members that control the Element.
IElementProperties Provides access to members that control the Element Properties.
IElementProperties2 Provides access to members that control More Element Properties.
IElementProperties3 Provides access to members that control More Element Properties.
IFrameDraw Provides access to members that control frame drawing.
IFrameElement Provides access to members that control the Frame element object.
IFrameProperties Provides access to members that control the General properties for a frame.
IGraphicElement Provides access to members that control the Graphic Element object.
IOlePictureElement Provides access to members that control the Ole Style Picture element.
IPersistStream (esriSystem)
IPictureElement Provides access to members that control the Picture element.
IPictureElement2 Provides access to members that control the Picture element.
IPictureElement3 Provides access to members that control the Picture element.
IPropertySupport (esriSystem) Provides access to members that set a default property on an object.
ITransform2D (esriGeometry) Provides access to methods for transforming geometries using either specific parameters or arbitrary transformation objects (affine transformations, geographic transformations, etc.).

Remarks

TifPictureElement is the picture element type to use when you wish to add Tiff pictures to a graphics container.

Geometry: TifPictureElement accepts geometry of type esriGeometryEnvelope or esriGeometryPolygon.  If an envelope is passed it, it is converted to a Polygon internally.  The geometry represents the frame the picture is drawn in and it is typically a rectangle.