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Scaling in Illustrator using VB.net

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All I want to do is open an Illustrator file and shrink it in half.  

The getscalematrix apparently defines the scaling, but then you have to transform it and I can't figure out how to do that.  

Any suggestion helpful.
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Dim IApp As New Illustrator.Application
Dim IDoc As Illustrator.Document
Dim IScale as Illustrator.Matrix

Idoc = Ipp.Open(artpath) 'I open an .AI file here.

Iscale = IApp.GetScaleMatrix(50,50)
   
????Transform it here?  How?
       
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Question by:zito2000
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I have no idea, but this guy sounds like he does:
http://forums.adobe.com/thread/795032
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