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*Crotty, Hugh
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Dose Volo View have DDE support

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07-31-2000 01:15 PM
Or API support or anything to use within VB6?
*jwk
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Re: Dose Volo View have DDE support

07-31-2000 04:33 PM in reply to: *Crotty, Hugh
Dear Hugh,

Yes it has. It's the ActiveX control and is quite easy to use in VB, VBA
and even in VBScript. Take a look at the folling webpage:

http://www.autodesk.com/prods/volo/custguid/index.htm

wkr, jwk

hugh.crotty@seaquistclosures.com (Hugh Crotty) wrote in
1@WebX.SaUCah8kaAW>:

>Or API support or anything to use within VB6?
>
>
*Meetze, Richard
Message 3 of 6 (226 Views)

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08-02-2000 06:48 AM in reply to: *Crotty, Hugh
This is for Volo View Express...what about VoloView??

"jwk" wrote in message
news:8F8311883aoposhotmailcom@167.216.240.240...
> Dear Hugh,
>
> Yes it has. It's the ActiveX control and is quite easy to use in VB, VBA
> and even in VBScript. Take a look at the folling webpage:
>
> http://www.autodesk.com/prods/volo/custguid/index.htm
>
> wkr, jwk
>
> hugh.crotty@seaquistclosures.com (Hugh Crotty) wrote in
> 1@WebX.SaUCah8kaAW>:
>
> >Or API support or anything to use within VB6?
> >
> >
>
*jwk
Message 4 of 6 (226 Views)

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08-02-2000 09:39 AM in reply to: *Crotty, Hugh
You're right. I searched for comparable information about Volo View, but
strangely enough there isn't anything on the Adesk site. But on the pages
about VV is stated that VVE is a 'subset', a 'light' version of VV. So, you
could assume that you can use ActiveX communication with VV and use the
documentation of VVE. Otherwise, i would go for the free VVE version
instead of VV.

I know this is not an direct answer to your problem, but your question put
light on some interesting gaps on the VV pages.

wkr, jwk
rnmeetze@dcss.com (Richard Meetze) wrote in :

>This is for Volo View Express...what about VoloView??
>
>"jwk" wrote in message
>news:8F8311883aoposhotmailcom@167.216.240.240...
>> Dear Hugh,
>>
>> Yes it has. It's the ActiveX control and is quite easy to use in VB, VBA
>> and even in VBScript.
>>
>> hugh.crotty@seaquistclosures.com (Hugh Crotty) wrote in
>> 1@WebX.SaUCah8kaAW>:
>>
>> >Or API support or anything to use within VB6?
>> >
>> >
>>
>
>
*Meetze, Richard
Message 5 of 6 (226 Views)

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08-02-2000 10:51 AM in reply to: *Crotty, Hugh
I need the measuring capabilities....

"jwk" wrote in message
news:8F84B1BC2aoposhotmailcom@167.216.240.240...
> You're right. I searched for comparable information about Volo View, but
> strangely enough there isn't anything on the Adesk site. But on the pages
> about VV is stated that VVE is a 'subset', a 'light' version of VV. So,
you
> could assume that you can use ActiveX communication with VV and use the
> documentation of VVE. Otherwise, i would go for the free VVE version
> instead of VV.
>
> I know this is not an direct answer to your problem, but your question put
> light on some interesting gaps on the VV pages.
>
> wkr, jwk
> rnmeetze@dcss.com (Richard Meetze) wrote in :
>
> >This is for Volo View Express...what about VoloView??
> >
> >"jwk" wrote in message
> >news:8F8311883aoposhotmailcom@167.216.240.240...
> >> Dear Hugh,
> >>
> >> Yes it has. It's the ActiveX control and is quite easy to use in VB,
VBA
> >> and even in VBScript.
> >>
> >> hugh.crotty@seaquistclosures.com (Hugh Crotty) wrote in
> >> 1@WebX.SaUCah8kaAW>:
> >>
> >> >Or API support or anything to use within VB6?
> >> >
> >> >
> >>
> >
> >
>
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smacdougall
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Registered: ‎10-27-2000
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10-27-2000 11:21 AM in reply to: *Crotty, Hugh
Any new word on all this? I need printing capabilities, and they don't exist in the VoloView Express API.
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