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ConvertToMultiJog Method (IAnnotation)

Converts a note with a leader to a note with a multi-jog leader.

.NET Syntax

Visual Basic (Declaration) 
Function ConvertToMultiJog( _
   ByVal LeaderNumber As Integer, _
   ByVal NumberOfPoints As Integer, _
   ByVal PointsData As Object _
) As Boolean
Visual Basic (Usage) 
Dim instance As IAnnotation
Dim LeaderNumber As Integer
Dim NumberOfPoints As Integer
Dim PointsData As Object
Dim value As Boolean
value = instance.ConvertToMultiJog(LeaderNumber, NumberOfPoints, PointsData)
bool ConvertToMultiJog( 
   int LeaderNumber,
   int NumberOfPoints,
   object PointsData
bool ConvertToMultiJog( 
&   int LeaderNumber,
&   int NumberOfPoints,
&   Object^ PointsData


Number of the leader to convert in the 0-based list of leaders
Number of jog points
Array of doubles, whose size is 3*NumberOfPoints, that specify the points where to locate the jogs; the points are in sheet space

Return Value

True if the leader is converted to a multi-jog leader, false if not


Visual Basic for Applications (VBA)


' Convert the first leader of the note to a two-point multi-jog leader


Dim vPointData as Variant

Dim nPoints (0 to 6) as Double

nPoints(0) = 0.189013

nPoints(1) = 0.248742

nPoints(2) = -1.75647E-15

nPoints(3) = 0.252176

nPoints(4) = 0.186859

nPoints(5) = -1.32434E-15


vPointData = nPoints

boolstatus = Annotation.ConvertToMultiJog(0, 2, (vPointData))



See Also


SolidWorks 2007 FCS, Revision Number 15

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