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Old September 19th, 2007, 01:25 AM
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Default Insert a CATIA preview in VB.net Forms

Dear Programmers!
I am a Mechanical Engineering Msc Student. I am trying to make a VB.net base program.
I need in this program to have a preview of a selected .CATpart file in my form.
I could open the file and search inside it. (For example now, I can find a line and put its start and end points coordinates in my form) but I cannot insert the preview in my form. If anybody knows, how I can do this please answer me! I am in a hurry because I should finish my program for finishing my Msc Thesis.

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Contact Catia (or search their web site) and see if there is a control that they make that has the functionality you need. If so, that will be the easiest by several orders of magnitude.

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