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VB.Net Open Tekla Structure Model (Tekla Open API)

This article explains how to open a Tekla Structure from VB.Net. – Step 1 The first step would be to add reference to the Tekla.Structures.Model.dll Assembly: The assembly can be found in the path “C:Program FilesTekla Structures20.0ntbinplugins”. – Step 2: Any code written for tekla requires

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VBA Excel Working with Multiple Workbooks

If your data is saved on several different files then you are going to have to work with multiple workbooks. You can also download all the codes for this article here. Jump To: Creating Workbooks Opening Workbooks Saving Workbooks Saving Workbooks (Save As) Closing Workbooks

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Excel VBA, Open a Closed Workbook

I recommend readers to read the article below to further familiarize themselves with the process of automation: Excel VBA, Get Data From Another Workbook Through Automation – Basics: The code below will open the workbook located in the path D:StuffBusinessTempTempFile.xlsx”: Sub Example1() Dim objWorkbook As Workbook Set objWorkbook = Workbooks.Open(“D:StuffBusinessTempTempFile.xlsx”)

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VB.Net Get Reference to Object, Tekla Open API

This article explains how you can reference to existing objects in a Tekla Structure model using the Tekla Open API in VB.Net. – Step 1: Add reference to the Tekla.Structures.Model library located in the path “C:Program FilesTekla Structures20.0ntbinplugins” and manually open the tekla model. This

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VB.Net Delete Parts, Tekla Open API

This article explains how you can delete parts in a Tekla Structure model using the Tekla Open API in VB.Net. – Step 1: 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

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Word VBA, Open Document

In this article I will explain how you can open a word document using VBA. – Opening Word Document: If you are opening a word document from word you can use the code below: Sub main() Documents.Open (“D:TestFolderMain.docx”) End Sub Where “D:TestFolderMain.docx” is the path where the word