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CHAPTER 8 DRAWING OBJECTS
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The MText Object
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The MText object represents a paragraph of alphanumeric characters that fits within a nonprinting bounding box. Each MText object is treated as a single object, regardless of the number of lines of text it contains. The bounding box remains an integral part of the entity, even though it isn t plotted or printed. MText objects use word wrap to break long lines into paragraphs. You can create an MText entity using the AddMText method: Set MTextObject = Object.AddMText(InsertionPoint, Width, TextString) Table 8-14 provides a brief description of each argument. Table 8-14. AddMText Method Parameters
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A three-element array of doubles specifying the point at which the MText bounding box will be inserted with respect to the WCS The width of the text block The text displayed in the drawing space
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Figure 8-11 illustrates the MText object.
Figure 8-11. The MText object
The following example demonstrates the AddMText method: Public Sub TestAddMText() Dim varStart As Variant Dim dblWidth As Double Dim strText As String Dim objEnt As AcadMText On Error Resume Next '' get input from user With ThisDrawing.Utility varStart = .GetPoint(, vbCr & "Pick the start point: ") dblWidth = .GetDistance(varStart, vbCr & "Indicate the width: ") strText = .GetString(True, vbCr & "Enter the text: ") End With
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'' add font and size formatting strText = "\Fromand.shx;\H0.5;" & strText '' create the mtext Set objEnt = ThisDrawing.ModelSpace.AddMText(varStart, dblWidth, strText) objEnt.Update End Sub Rich text format (RTF) control codes aren t recognized in an MText entity. Text from other programs with embedded formatting will lose that formatting when you import it into an MText-style paragraph if you re working with AutoCAD 2000, 2000i, or 2002. Formatting is well preserved within AutoCAD 2004 and higher, however. You can paste Microsoft Word documents directly into AutoCAD 2002 and higher as MText and maintain their original formatting. AutoCAD 2000, 2000i, and 2002 exhibit odd behavior with respect to exploding block insertions that contain MText entities. In these versions, the nested MText entities are automatically exploded into individual Text entities when you use the VBA Explode method. This doesn t occur in AutoCAD 2004 and higher, however, and MText is preserved after the Explode method is executed. Text styles may be applied similarly to normal Text objects. 2005 and 2006 allows you to retrieve the field codes used to display special characters within the text string. However, the special codes inserted using an AutoCAD command may not be retrieved. A good rule of thumb is, if you can add a code programmatically, then you can retrieve it as well.
The Point Object
Point objects can act as nodes to which you can snap objects. You can specify a full 3-D WCS location for a point. You use the AddPoint method to create a new Point object, as follows: Set PointObject = Object.AddPoint(PointPosition) Table 8-15 provides a brief description of the PointPosition argument. Table 8-15. AddPoint Method Parameter
Name
PointPosition
Data Type
Variant
Description
A three-element array of doubles specifying the point s WCS coordinates
Controlling How a Point Object Is Displayed The appearance of Point objects is controlled by the system variables PDMODE and PDSIZE. The PDMODE variable specifies the figure used to represent a point. This variable may take a value from 0 to 4, as Figure 8-12 illustrates. A value of 1 means that nothing is displayed. You can combine the PDMODE variable value with the number 32, 64, or 96, which represents a surrounding shape. Figure 8-13 shows the possible combined symbols for a Point object. The PDSIZE variable controls the size of the Point object figure. It has no effect if you set PDMODE to 0 or 1. You may set PDSIZE to a positive, negative, or zero value:
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A positive value specifies an absolute size for the point in drawing units. A negative value specifies the point symbol size as a percentage of the viewport area. A zero setting will generate the points at five percent of the height of the graphics area.
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