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ChrisWebb
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Stating AutoCAD 2006 Non-Visible.

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06-06-2005 07:39 AM
Has anyone experienced problems programmatically starting AutoCAD 2006 through VS.NET 2003 non-visible? When I attempt this the application is visible, however, the Tool Pallets are still visible. I can't seem to find anything to turn them off. Any help will be greatly appreciated.


Thanks,

Chris
*Albert Szilvasy
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Re: Stating AutoCAD 2006 Non-Visible.

06-06-2005 09:43 AM in reply to: ChrisWebb
This has been a problem with AutoCAD for quite some time. I think the
workaround is to minimize the hidden window using
IAcadApplication.WindowState.

Albert
wrote in message news:4866274@discussion.autodesk.com...
Has anyone experienced problems programmatically starting AutoCAD 2006
through VS.NET 2003 non-visible? When I attempt this the application is
visible, however, the Tool Pallets are still visible. I can't seem to find
anything to turn them off. Any help will be greatly appreciated.


Thanks,

Chris
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