How to remove the border when using PageLayoutControl with C# ?

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08-13-2012 01:25 AM
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Hi.

Do you know how to remove (delete) the border and phrase: "Layers" when using a PageLayoutControl (AxESRI .ArcGIS.Controls .AxPageLayoutControl) in C# ? Please see attached screenshot.

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Don't have anyone can help ?
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Hi,

When you use Pagelayout control you use some ArcMAP MXD file as a template.
You can "delete" (or make invisible) the border and "LAYERS" label via editing this MXD file in ArcMAP.

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Hi,

When you use Pagelayout control you use some ArcMAP MXD file as a template.
You can "delete" (or make invisible) the border and "LAYERS" label via editing this MXD file in ArcMAP.

Best Regards,


Thanks dshats for your help

I haven't used one ArcMap MXD file with my PageLayout Control, I only created directly objects (Text, Line) on the PageLayout for my program. Do I need use the MXD file ? (I haven't known about its uses).

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This is the easy way to define the things as you wish.
I am not sure, but i think there is always "default" MXD is loaded ("LAYER" label and border).
Try it, i think it will help you to do what you want.
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It looks like you have configured a MapFrame as your PageLayout.  If so, look at the IMapFrame interface to control the border and other properties.  The label in the middle disappers as soon as a layer is associated with the MapFrame.  I do not think there is any other way to remove the center label.

You could also try casting to the IFrameElement interface, which controls a border on virtually all frame types.  The IMapFrame inherits from that interface.
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Yes. Thank you
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