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CreateCallout Method (IModelDocExtension)

Creates a callout independent of a selection.

.NET Syntax

Visual Basic (Declaration) 
Function CreateCallout( _
   ByVal NumberOfRows As Integer, _
   ByVal Handler As Object _
) As Callout
Visual Basic (Usage) 
Dim instance As IModelDocExtension
Dim NumberOfRows As Integer
Dim Handler As Object
Dim value As Callout
 
value = instance.CreateCallout(NumberOfRows, Handler)
C# 
Callout CreateCallout( 
   int NumberOfRows,
   object Handler
)
C++/CLI 
Callout^ CreateCallout( 
&   int NumberOfRows,
&   Object^ Handler
) 

Parameters

NumberOfRows
Number of rows in the callout
Handler

Pointer to the event handler for the callout (ISwCalloutHandler)

Return Value

Callout

Example

Remarks

This method allows you to create a callout independently of a selection. You can define the position of the callout using the ICallout::Position and ICallout::SetTargetPoint.

To create a callout dependent on a selection, use ISelectionMgr::CreateCallout2.

 

See Also

Availability

SolidWorks 2009 FCS, Revision Number 17.0


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