I want to debug.print the name of the gauge table of my solidworks model in the immediate verificaion of the macro, does anyone knows how to do that, please ? Is there a method that can reach the name of the gauge table ?
Eduardo, do you mean how to print out your work into drawing template? If it is watch this you tube video, it may helpful to you. SOLIDWORKS: Print Scale Drawing - YouTube or you could save your file into .pdf format and you can print from their.
If you not mean to print out then ignore this reply.
Hi Patel !
Acctually that's not it, i haven't made the question very well. I am trying to debug print the name of the gauge table of my model in using VBA, in the immediate verification.
Thank you as well
You mat be able to find what you need in my code at: [v2 code uploaded] Sheet Gauge Tracker: Linked sheet metal gauge names and linked material mismatch message
Also, why are you splitting the same essential issue across multiple posts?
I realized my question was a little bit confusing from what i was wanted, and i couldnt edit the question for some reason, so i made a new question if more infos that i need.
Eduardo Festugatto wrote: Hi Kevin, I realized my question was a little bit confusing from what i was wanted, and i couldnt edit the question for some reason, so i made a new question if more infos that i need. Eduardo
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