Public Interface IModelDoc2
Dim instance As IModelDoc2
public interface IModelDoc2
public interface class IModelDoc2
There are three main SolidWorks document types:
Each document type has its own object (IPartDoc, IAssemblyDoc, and IDrawingDoc) with its own set of related functions. For example, the IAssemblyDoc::AddComponent4 method exists on the IIAssemblyDoc object because adding components is specific to assembly documents.
The SolidWorks API also has functions that are common to all document types. For example, printing, saving, or determining the file name associated with a document would be common operations. To expose common document-level functions, the SolidWorks API uses the IModelDoc2 object.
IAssemblyDoc::GetEditTarget and IAsemblyDoc::IGetEditTarget2
IModelDoc2::GetNext and IModelDoc2::IGetNext
ISldWorks::ActivateDoc3 and ISldWorks::IActivateDoc3
ISldWorks::ActiveDoc and ISldWorks::IActiveDoc2
ISldWorks::GetFirstDocument and ISldWorks::IGetFirstDocument2
ISldWorks::GetOpenDocumentByName and ISldWorks::IGetOpenDocumentByName2
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