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CreateSheetByTemplate Method (IDocument)

Creates a Sheet based on a Sheet in another file.

.NET Syntax

Visual Basic (Declaration) 
Function CreateSheetByTemplate( _
   const dsString& Name As System.String, _
   const dsString& TemplateFileName As System.String, _
   const dsString& TemplateSheetName As System.String _
) As Sheet
Sheet CreateSheetByTemplate( 
   System.string Name,
   System.string TemplateFileName,
   System.string TemplateSheetName
   Name : String,
   TemplateFileName : String,
   TemplateSheetName : String
) : dsSheet
COM native C++ 
HRESULT CreateSheetByTemplate( 
   BSTR Name,
   BSTR TemplateFileName,
   BSTR TemplateSheetName,
   ISheet** Sheet
DSRESULT CreateSheetByTemplate( 
   const dsString& Name,
   const dsString& TemplateFileName,
   const dsString& TemplateSheetName,
   dsSheet** Sheet


Name of the Sheet to create

Path and file name that contains a Sheet on which to base this Sheet; the filename extension of the file must be .dwt, .dwg, or .dxf

Name of a Sheet in TemplateFileName to use as the template for this Sheet
Sheet[out] or Return Value

See Also


DraftSight V1R5.0

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