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The following code snippet uses a message box to inform you of the active space for the current document: If ThisDrawing.ActiveSpace = acModelSpace Then MsgBox "The active space is model space" Else MsgBox "The active space is paper space" End If To change the active space, you need to set the value of the ActiveSpace property. The following code contains a macro you can use to toggle between the two spaces: Public Sub ToggleSpace() With ThisDrawing If .ActiveSpace = acModelSpace Then .ActiveSpace = acPaperSpace Else .ActiveSpace = acModelSpace End If End With End Sub
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CHAPTER 8 DRAWING OBJECTS
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Alternatively, you can simply use the following line of code: ThisDrawing.ActiveSpace = (ThisDrawing.ActiveSpace + 1) Mod 2
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As mentioned previously, the AddXXX methods apply equally to the PaperSpace, ModelSpace, and Block objects. Therefore, when I present the syntax of each method in this section, the word Object denotes any one of these collections. For example: Set CircleObject = Object.AddCircle(CenterPoint, Radius) Each of the AddXXX methods returns an object reference to the newly created entity, so you must use the VBA Set operator if you want to assign this return to a variable. When you create or modify an entity, the changes to the drawing don t display until the Update method of that object, the Update method of the Application object, or the Regen method of the Document object is called. In some cases, AutoCAD will update the display once your macro or program is complete; however, it s always safest to ensure the update takes place in your code. In the examples presented here, I use the Update method of the newly created entity to update the drawing display.
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This section demonstrates how to create the various circular objects.
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The Arc Object
You create an Arc object by using the AddArc method. This method takes four arguments that determine the position and size of the arc: Set ArcObject = Object.AddArc(CenterPoint, Radius, StartAngle, EndAngle) Table 8-2 provides a brief description of each argument. Table 8-2. AddArc Method Parameters
Name
CenterPoint Radius StartAngle EndAngle
Data Type
Variant Double Double Double
Description
A three-element array of doubles specifying the center of the arc in the WCS The radius of the arc The start angle of the arc given in radians with respect to the X-axis of the WCS The end angle of the arc given in radians with respect to the X-axis of the WCS
Arcs are drawn counterclockwise from the start angle to the end angle, as shown in Figure 8-1.
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Figure 8-1. The Arc object The following example creates an arc in the active drawing space (model or paper space) utilizing user input: Public Sub TestAddArc() Dim varCenter As Variant Dim dblRadius As Double Dim dblStart As Double Dim dblEnd As Double Dim objEnt As AcadArc On Error Resume Next '' get input from user With ThisDrawing.Utility varCenter = .GetPoint(, vbCr & "Pick the center point: ") dblRadius = .GetDistance(varCenter, vbCr & "Enter the radius: ") dblStart = .GetAngle(varCenter, vbCr & "Enter the start angle: ") dblEnd = .GetAngle(varCenter, vbCr & "Enter the end angle: ") End With '' draw the arc If ThisDrawing.ActiveSpace = acModelSpace Then Set objEnt = ThisDrawing.ModelSpace.AddArc(varCenter, dblRadius, _ dblStart, dblEnd) Else Set objEnt = ThisDrawing.PaperSpace.AddArc(varCenter, dblRadius, dblStart, dblEnd) End If objEnt.Update End Sub
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The Circle Object
You can create a Circle object by specifying the position of the center and the radius, and using the AddCircle method: Set CircleObject = Object.AddCircle(CenterPoint, Radius) Table 8-3 provides a brief description of each argument. Table 8-3. AddCircle Method Parameters
Name
CenterPoint Radius
Data Type
Variant Double
Description
A three-element array of doubles specifying the center of the circle in the WCS The radius of the circle
Figure 8-2 illustrates the Circle object.
Figure 8-2. The Circle object The following example creates a circle based on user input: Public Sub TestAddCircle() Dim varCenter As Variant Dim dblRadius As Double Dim objEnt As AcadCircle On Error Resume Next '' get input from user With ThisDrawing.Utility varCenter = .GetPoint(, vbCr & "Pick the centerpoint: ") dblRadius = .GetDistance(varCenter, vbCr & "Enter the radius: ") End With
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