Use the Visible property to set whether a drawing object is visible or not. This method is also available to the Application, Group, and Toolbar objects, although for a Group it is write-only. Set this property True to make an object visible, and False to hide it. Making an object invisible can be useful for performing complex entity creation or modification tasks. This property has the following syntax:
Object.Visible = blnVisible
The following example shows how to implement this method. It hides, and then makes visible, an object.
Public Sub ToggleVisibility()
On Error Resume Next
ThisDrawing.Utility.GetEntity objDrawingObject, varEntityPickedPoint, _
"Choose an object to toggle visibility: " If objDrawingObject Is Nothing Then
MsgBox "You did not choose an object" Exit Sub End If objDrawingObject.Visible = False objDrawingObject.Update
MsgBox "The object was made invisible!"
objDrawingObject.Visible = True objDrawingObject.Update
MsgBox "Now it is visible again!"
Note Other factors, such as whether the object's layer is frozen or turned off, can override this property.
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