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Get DXF User Preference Settings Example (VBA)

This example shows how to get DXF user-preference settings.

 

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Option Explicit

 

Dim swApp As SldWorks.SldWorks

Dim DxfVersion As Integer

Dim DxfOutputFonts As Integer

Dim DxfMappingFileIndex As Integer

Dim AutoSaveInterval As Integer

 

Sub mian()

 

Set swApp = Application.SldWorks

 

' Get the version of DXF for exporting

DxfVersion = swApp.GetUserPreferenceIntegerValue(swDxfVersion)

 

' Get whether TrueType fonts are exported (1) or only standard (0)

DxfOutputFonts = swApp.GetUserPreferenceIntegerValue(swDxfOutputFonts)

Debug.Print "Output fonts: exported =1; standard = 0: "; DxfOutputFonts

 

' Get the index of the map file for the file used for custom DXF mapping

DxfMappingFileIndex = swApp.GetUserPreferenceIntegerValue(swDxfMappingFileIndex)

Debug.Print "Mapping file index: "; DxfMappingFileIndex

 

' Get the number of operations between auto-saves

AutoSaveInterval = swApp.GetUserPreferenceIntegerValue(swAutoSaveInterval)

Debug.Print "Number of autosaves: "; AutoSaveInterval

End Sub

 



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