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#1 Posted : Tuesday, January 6, 2009 12:26:54 PM(UTC)

GregR  
GregR

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For the most part, the ComInterop interface is pretty much the same as the .NET counterpart it wraps.  However, VB6 doesn't handle inheritance which can cause a lot of confusion when using our Annotations since we do a lot of class inheritance.  Basically, the main object doesn't derive all of its inherited members but instead has a member for its base object that contains those members.  For example, if you need to get the FontColor property of an AnnNoteObject, you would have to access it with annNoteObj.AnnTextObject.AnnRectangleObject.AnnObject.AnnDrawable.TextColor.

I've attached a sample project that shows how to use Non-Automated Annotations in VB6 using the v16 ComInterop interface. 
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