The pie wedge can be modified to take up any or all of the ellipse. Like many other objects, pie wedges use a brush and pen.
The wedge can be edited in the properties window with five different values:
PROPERTY REFERENCE 

Center Point 
This represents where you want the center of the wedge to be located. The center point for a wedge is the corner from which the radii will branch (see below). To select a center point, you can either enter in the coordinates (see coordinate system for more information about these coordinates) or you can click the box (which appears once you click inside where you would enter coordinates). When you click this box, you can set your mouse on the point you would like and click. 

Horizontal Radius 
This length refers to the distance from the center point to the edge of the wedge (horizontally). The length of the radius is a percentage of the window. 

Vertical Radius 
This length refers to the distance from the center point to the edge of the arc (vertically). The length of the radius is a percentage of the window. 

Wedge Angle 


Wedge Sweep 
This refers to how long you want the wedge to be. 90 is 1/4 of an ellipse. So if you want a wedge that is 1/2 of an ellipse, you would enter 180. If you want a smaller wedge that is 1/8 of an ellipse you would enter 45. Click here for more information on angles and degrees. 