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AddCommandTab Method (ICommandManager)

Adds a tab to the CommandManager for the specified document type.

.NET Syntax

Visual Basic (Declaration) 
Function AddCommandTab( _
   ByVal DocumentType As System.Integer, _
   ByVal TabName As System.String _
) As CommandTab
Visual Basic (Usage) 
Dim instance As ICommandManager
Dim DocumentType As System.Integer
Dim TabName As System.String
Dim value As CommandTab
 
value = instance.AddCommandTab(DocumentType, TabName)
C# 
CommandTab AddCommandTab( 
   System.int DocumentType,
   System.string TabName
)
C++/CLI 
CommandTab^ AddCommandTab( 
&   System.int DocumentType,
&   System.String^ TabName
) 

Parameters

DocumentType
Document type as defined in swDocumentTypes_e
TabName
Name of CommandManager tab (see Remarks)

Return Value

CommandManager tab

Example

Remarks

The CommandManager tab is always created in the last position on the CommandManager. If another CommandManager tab exists with the same name, then another CommandManager tab is still created because CommandManager tab names are not unique.

 

See Also

Availability

SolidWorks 2008 FCS, Revision Number 16.0


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