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#1 Posted : Wednesday, May 10, 2006 9:44:13 AM(UTC)
David9908

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Hi,

Could I add a rectangle object and delete it lately  programmatically? Any sample codes available?

 

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#2 Posted : Sunday, May 14, 2006 10:48:03 AM(UTC)

Amin  
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Yes, this is possible to do with LEADTOOLS.
The exact details depend on which version of the toolkit you have (13, 14, etc.) and which programming interface you use (DLL API, OCX, COM, C++ Classes, etc.)

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#3 Posted : Monday, May 15, 2006 7:45:02 AM(UTC)
David9908

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i am using v14.5 and com through vb6. but i got it already. thanks very much.
 
#4 Posted : Thursday, December 13, 2007 8:05:21 AM(UTC)
lorientech

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I'm using v. 14.5. Do you have any examples of how to programmatically add Rectangle Annotations using C++ Builder 6 or VB6?
 
#5 Posted : Thursday, December 13, 2007 12:14:50 PM(UTC)

GregR  
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Take a look at the help file tutorial entitled "Implementing a Non-Automated Annotations Program".  This should be available in most interface's help file in multiple languages including C++ and VB.  If you don't find it, please specify the interface (API, COM, etc.) you're using so I can find a suitable example.
 
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