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GetMenuStrings Method (ISldWorks)

Gets the name of the parent menu of the specified menu command.

.NET Syntax

Visual Basic (Declaration) 
Function GetMenuStrings( _
   ByVal CommandID As Integer, _
   ByVal DocumentType As Integer, _
   ByRef ParentMenuName As String _
) As String
Visual Basic (Usage) 
Dim instance As ISldWorks
Dim CommandID As Integer
Dim DocumentType As Integer
Dim ParentMenuName As String
Dim value As String
 
value = instance.GetMenuStrings(CommandID, DocumentType, ParentMenuName)
C# 
string GetMenuStrings( 
   int CommandID,
   int DocumentType,
   out string ParentMenuName
)
C++/CLI 
String^ GetMenuStrings( 
&   int CommandID,
&   int DocumentType,
&   [Out] String^ ParentMenuName
) 

Parameters

CommandID
Command ID of the command whose parent menu's name you want
DocumentType
Document types in which this command exists as defined inswDocumentTypes_e
ParentMenuName
Name of the parent menu of the specified menu command

Return Value

True if the name of the parent menu is returned, false if not

Remarks

Use this method with methods that require you to supply the name of the menu, such as ISldWorks::RemoveMenuIFrame::RenameMenu and IFrame::RemoveMenu.
 

See Also

Availability

SolidWorks 2007 SP2, Revision Number 15.2


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