• Y to specify the distance in pixels between the top edge of a rectangular image map area, or the center point of a circular image map area, and the origin point of the ruler in the document window.
Note: The default origin point of the ruler is the upper left corner of the image. (See "Using rulers, columns, the measure tool, guides, and the grid" on page 43.)
• W to specify the width of a rectangular image map area.
• H to specify the height of a rectangular image map area.
• R to specify the radius of a circular image map area.
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