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Module: MappingBing in Category Geospatial Mapping : Mapping from Total Visual SourceBook

Use Bing Maps (http://www.bing.com/maps) to show addresses, directions (driving, transit, walking), and display options in VBA or VB6

Procedure List

Procedure Name

Type

Description

(Declarations) Declarations Declarations and private variables for the modMappingBing module
Bing_MapAddress Procedure Open the specified address location in Bing maps (www.bing.com/maps/). Pass a blank string to open with no address.
Bing_MapAddressView Procedure Open the specified address location in Bing maps (www.bing.com/maps/) with options on starting a route and the view to display.
Bing_MapAddressSearch Procedure Open the specified address location in Bing maps (www.bing.com/maps/) and search for nearby locations.
Bing_MapDirections Procedure Open the specified address location in Bing maps (www.bing.com/maps/) with directions to another location.
GetViewTypeParameter Procedure Convert the mode to the Bing Maps parameter to set the display view
LaunchURL Procedure Open the default Internet browser on the user's machine by specifying a URL (uniform resource locator)

Example Code for Using Module: MappingBing

' Example of modMappingBing
'
' To use this example, create a new module and paste this code into it.
' Then run the procedure by putting the cursor in the procedure and pressing:
'    F5 to run it, or
'    F8 to step through it line-by-line (see the Debug menu for more options)

Private Sub Example_BingMaps()
  ' Comments: Examples of using the modMappingBing module to open Bing to specific addresses and generate directions in VBA and VB6.
  '           This procedure opens several instances of Bing Maps in your web browser.

  ' Addresses to find and travel between
  Const cstrAddress1 As String = "8150 Leesburg Pike, Vienna, VA 22182"
  Const cstrAddress2 As String = "White House, Washington, DC"

  ' Open web browser to Bing Maps for an address using user's default view
  Call Bing_MapAddress(cstrAddress2)

  ' Open web browser to Bing Maps with a Bird's Eye view
  Call Bing_MapAddressView(cstrAddress2, False, eBingMapViewBirdsEye)

  ' Open web browser to Bing Maps with a Bird's Eye view with labels
  Call Bing_MapAddressView(cstrAddress2, False, eBingMapViewBirdsEyeLabels)

  ' Open web browser to Bing Maps with a aerial view without labels
  Call Bing_MapAddressView(cstrAddress1, False, eBingMapViewAerial)

  ' Open web browser to Bing Maps with a aerial view showing labels, ready to enter a destination location
  Call Bing_MapAddressView(cstrAddress1, True, eBingMapViewAerialLabels)

  ' Open web browser to Bing Maps for an address and locate restaurants around it (uses default road view)
  Call Bing_MapAddressSearch(cstrAddress1, "Retaurants")

  ' Open web browser to Bing Maps showing driving directions between two addresses with current traffic and aerial view with labels
  Call Bing_MapDirections(cstrAddress1, cstrAddress2, eBingMapModeDrive, True, eBingMapViewAerialLabels)

  ' Open web browser to Bing Maps showing public transit directions between two addresses with current traffic and aerial view without labels
  Call Bing_MapDirections(cstrAddress1, cstrAddress2, eBingMapModeTransit, True, eBingMapViewAerial)

  ' Open web browser to Bing Maps showing walking directions between two addresses with a bird's eye view with labels
  Call Bing_MapDirections(cstrAddress1, cstrAddress2, eBingMapModeWalk, False, eBingMapViewBirdsEyeLabels)

End Sub

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