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Compatibility Between SolidWorks API and VBA

Compatibility Between SolidWorks API and VBA

10 June, 2010

Because the LongLong data type, available in 64-bit versions of software, is not supported in 32-bit VBA, the version of VBA currently integrated in the SolidWorks software, the following methods in the SolidWorks API cannot be used in SolidWorks VBA macros: * IFeatMgrView::GetFeatMgrViewWndx64 * IFrame::GetHWndx64 * IFrame::GetMenux64 * IModelDocExtension::DeleteFeatureMgrViewx64 * IModelDocExtension::GetSceneBkgDIBx64 * IModelDocExtension::SetSceneBkgDIBx64 * IModelView::GetViewDIBx64 * IModelView::GetViewHWndx64 * IModelViewManager::GetFeatureMgrViewHWndx64 * IPropertyManagerPage2::SetBitmapx64 * ISldWorks::PreviewDocx64 * ISWPropertySheet::AddPagex64 Get the tips and tricks delivered into your email box every two weeks. SIGN UP for SolidWorks Express enewsletter

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