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*George
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using VBA to create a FG Profile

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02-09-2005 03:34 PM
I'm attempting to create a FG profile using VBA. I'm at a point where the profile shows up in Prospector, albeit it's an empty profile. I found some code posted in this NG on January 31 but it creates a horizontal alignment and I can't find a way to convert it to create a vertical alignment. I found the AeccProfilePVI.add method but it's looking for a "Param1" and Param2"... I don't understand what it's looking for. I guess my question is how do I add PVIs to the profile? Are there any samples I should be looking at? I found the profile example in the \Sample folder but it's an example of an EG profile. Thanks, George
*R. Togores
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Re: using VBA to create a FG Profile

05-25-2005 12:49 AM in reply to: *George
Hi George:
I'm having the same problem, (with Civil 3D 2006)...
Did you find any solution?
Thanks in advance,
Reinaldo


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I'm attempting to create a FG profile using VBA. I'm at a point where the
profile shows up in Prospector, albeit it's an empty profile. I found some
code posted in this NG on January 31 but it creates a horizontal alignment
and I can't find a way to convert it to create a vertical alignment. I found
the AeccProfilePVI.add method but it's looking for a "Param1" and Param2"...
I don't understand what it's looking for. I guess my question is how do I
add PVIs to the profile? Are there any samples I should be looking at? I
found the profile example in the \Sample folder but it's an example of an EG
profile.

Thanks,
George
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