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CreateStackedBalloonOptions Method (IModelDocExtension)

Creates an object that stores options for stacked balloons.

.NET Syntax

Visual Basic (Declaration) 
Function CreateStackedBalloonOptions() As StackedBalloonOptions
Visual Basic (Usage) 
Dim instance As IModelDocExtension
Dim value As StackedBalloonOptions
 
value = instance.CreateStackedBalloonOptions()
C# 
StackedBalloonOptions CreateStackedBalloonOptions()
C++/CLI 
StackedBalloonOptions^ CreateStackedBalloonOptions(); 

Return Value

IStackedBalloonOptions

Example

Remarks

To create a stack of balloons:

  1. Select an item to create the first balloon of the stack.
  2. Call this method to create an IStackedBalloonOptions object.
  3. Set the properties on the IStackedBalloonOptions object.
  4. Pass the IStackedBalloonOptions object in a call to IModelDocExtension::InsertStackedBalloon2.
  5. Select one or more items to add one or more balloons to the stack.
 

See Also

Availability

SOLIDWORKS 2012 FCS, Revision Number 20.0


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