Models made in Tekla can get very crowded with objects. Working in such a model can get very difficult without hiding some of the objects. This can be done by applying filters. Consider the reinforced concrete model below: Everything is visible in this model: Foundation Foundation
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In this article I will explain how you can create drop down lists using data validation. Jump To: Creating Data Validation (Manually) Creating Data Validation (Using VBA) Selection Change Modifying, Adding, Inserting and Removing Items (Usin VBA) You can download the file and code related
This article explains how you can get/set user defined attributes using the tekla open api. Step 1, Add Libraries: Add reference to the Tekla.Structures.Model library located in the path “C:Program FilesTekla Structures20.0ntbinplugins” and manually open the tekla model. This has been covered in the article
Bookmarks are a great way to specify important locations on the word document. Using VBA you can move the cursor to those bookmarks. – Creating Bookmarks Manually: For example assume you have the following data in a word document: We want to be able to modify
This article explains how you can get the min max bounds of a part object in a tekla model. Note part bounds will not be very useful when the part is not aligned in one of the 3 main directions. Step 1: Add reference to