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Position Document Window Example (VBA)

This example shows how to position the current document window.

 

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' Assumes part is already set to a IModelDoc2 object

' Get the IModelView object

Set ModelView = Part.ActiveView

 

' Position the window

ModelView.FrameLeft = 100

ModelView.FrameWidth = 500

ModelView.FrameTop = 100

ModelView.FrameHeight = 400

ModelView.FrameState = swWindowNormal

 

 



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