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Get Display Dimension Properties Examples (VBA)

This example shows how to get the display dimension properties for a dimension in a drawing view named D1. It is assumed that drawing view has been set to a drawing view containing the dimension.

 

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' Iterate through the DisplayDimensions

Set DisplayDimension = View.GetFirstDisplayDimension()

While Not DisplayDimension Is Nothing

 

 ' Check if this is D1

 Set Dimension = DisplayDimension.GetDimension

 If Dimension.Name = "D1" Then

  ' Get the properties of the display dimension

  ArrowSide = DisplayDimension.ArrowSide

  BrokenLeader = DisplayDimension.BrokenLeader

  LeaderVisibility = DisplayDimension.LeaderVisibility

  ShowDimensionValue = DisplayDimension.ShowDimensionValue

  ShowParenthesis = DisplayDimension.ShowParenthesis

  SmartWitness = DisplayDimension.SmartWitness

  WitnessVisibility = DisplayDimension.WitnessVisibility

 End If

 

 Set DisplayDimension = DisplayDimension.GetNext()

 

' Do Next DisplayDimension 

Wend    

 

 



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