I am just trying to migrate from VBA to VB.net, I want to know, how we can manipulate the Ctrl+Shift+C, in vb.net, if it is not possible at all, then what is the best way I can find the alternate to this.
If I try to use the wblockclone() then, how do I control the location of the objectcollection when I clone it in my new drawing.
in other words, when I in the proces of clonning I should be able to specify a base point.
I hope you are getting what I am trying to do.
Please help me with this.
Thank you in advance.
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