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Get Version Number Example (VBA)

This example shows how to get the version number of the SOLIDWORKS executable.

' Preconditions: Open the Immediate window.
' Postconditions: Examine the Immediate
' window.
Option Explicit
Dim swApp As SldWorks.SldWorks
Dim BaseVersion As String
Dim CurrentVersion As String
Dim HotFixes As String
Sub main()
Set swApp = Application.SldWorks
Debug.Print "SOLIDWORKS Version = " & swApp.RevisionNumber
swApp.GetBuildNumbers2 BaseVersion, CurrentVersion, HotFixes
Debug.Print "SOLIDWORKS major revision number: " & BaseVersion
Debug.Print "SOLIDWORKS build number: " & CurrentVersion
Debug.Print "SOLIDWORKS hot fix numbers: " & HotFixes
End Sub

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