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SetUserPreferenceStringListValue Method (ISldWorks)

Sets the name of the DXF mapping files.

.NET Syntax

Visual Basic (Declaration) 
Sub SetUserPreferenceStringListValue( _
   ByVal UserPreference As System.Integer, _
   ByVal Value As System.String _
) 
Visual Basic (Usage) 
Dim instance As ISldWorks
Dim UserPreference As System.Integer
Dim Value As System.String
 
instance.SetUserPreferenceStringListValue(UserPreference, Value)
C# 
void SetUserPreferenceStringListValue( 
   System.int UserPreference,
   System.string Value
)
C++/CLI 
void SetUserPreferenceStringListValue( 
&   System.int UserPreference,
&   System.String^ Value
) 

Parameters

UserPreference

User preference as defined in swUserPreferenceStringValue_e

Value

Value of UserPreference

Remarks

Multiple strings in the value argument must be separated by new line characters (vbNewLine" or "VbLf in Visual Basic, \n in Visual C or Visual C++).

 

This method is equivalent to interactively setting system options in the SOLIDWORKS software.

 

See System Options and Document Properties for details.

 

See Also



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