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Get DimXpert Feature Example (C#)

This example builds a part to demonstrate usage of the SolidWorks Document Manager API for the following DimXpert features:

    *  Cylinder

    *  Fillet

    *  Plane

    *  Compound closed slot 3D

    *  Pattern

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// 1. Open <SolidWorks_install_dir>\samples\tutorial\api\cover_plate.sldprt.

// 2. Open the DimXpert toolbar from View > Toolbars.

// 3. Click the Auto Dimension Scheme icon in the DimXpert toolbar.

// 4. Ensure that all feature filters are selected.

// 5. Click the green check mark to accept the settings.

// 6. Observe the following DimXpert features on the DimXpertManager tab:  

//    Cylinder, Fillet, Plane, Slot, and Slot Pattern.

// 7. Close the part, saving it to another name.

//    NOTE: Because this part is used in a SolidWorks online tutorial,

//          do not save any changes to the original file name.

// 8. Read how to load and run Code_Example_CSharp with this part.

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