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Hi guys, i'm learning about Macros

Hi guys, i'm learning about Macros

Hi guys, i'm learning about Macros

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Hi guys,
i'm learning about Macros and i'm interested in programming in CATIA ect.So i just wanna know the structure to creat a part so then i can execute my programme .As you know a new part must be opened so then i can run my programme,but i need a code to creat a new part.

RE: Hi guys, i'm learning about Macros

CODE --> catvba

Sub CATMain()

Dim documents1 As Documents
Set documents1 = CATIA.Documents

Dim partDocument1 As PartDocument
Set partDocument1 = documents1.Add("Part")

End Sub 

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RE: Hi guys, i'm learning about Macros

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