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how to change between PartDocument and AssemblyDocument in Solid Edge (vb API)

how to change between PartDocument and AssemblyDocument in Solid Edge (vb API)

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Hi everyone!

How can I change the activeDocument from Part to Assembly and back in an API written in Visual Basic 6?

RE: how to change between PartDocument and AssemblyDocument in Solid Edge (vb API)

You may get a quicker and more useful response if you were to post this inquiry in the 'Siemens: Solid Edge Forum'.

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RE: how to change between PartDocument and AssemblyDocument in Solid Edge (vb API)

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I found the next solution

with Set objDoc = objDocs.Item(N) the Nth open window (document) can be selected
and with objDoc.Activate it can be activated

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