Properties 
Methods 
Collection of points in a model, where one or more field quantities are calculated for plotting versus time.
The TimePlotPoints collection of TimePlotPoint objects contains all the points in a model, where one or more field quantities are calculated for plotting versus time. This collection is accessible by the Points property of the TimePlotPicture object. Initially, when the TimePlotWindow is created, the collection is empty. You can add and remove individual points from the collection, enumerate through the points and access each of them individually.
The TimePlotPoints collection provides the following methods and properties:
Iterate through the points  
Item (index as Variant)

Returns the TimePlotPoint by its onebased number. 
Count property as Long.

Returns the number of points in collection. 
Add and remove points  
Add (p as Point)
method

Adds a new TimePlotPoint which position is denoted by the p parameter or returns an existing one. 
Remove (index as Variant) method. 
Removes the point by its onebased index. 
In the following example we first remove all points, then add 10 points distributed evenly along the yaxis, and then switch on the temperature curve for each point. Please note, that the nCount variable set by the Count property my by less than 10, if some automatically calculated points situated outside the model.
' Assume that
' timeView as QuickField.TimePlotWindow, and
' QF as QuickFiel.Application
' were defined somewhere above
Dim tsSet As QuickField.TimePlotPicture
Set tsSet = timeView.PlotSettings
With tsSet
Dim pItem As QuickField.TimePlotPoint
' First remove all the old points
For Each pItem In .Points
.Points.Remove (1)
Next
' Now calculate point's coordinates
' and add them to the collection
Dim i As Integer
For i = 0 To 9
.Points.Add QF.PointXY(0, i * 5)
Next
' Swith on the temperature curve
' for each point
For Each pItem In .Points
pItem.curve(qfPotential) = True
Next
' Calculate how many points we have got
Dim nCount As Integer
nCount = .Points.Count
End With
' Apply the settings to the TimePlotWindow
timeView.PlotSettings = tsSet