What Ver of ACAD, did VBA become available.

Discussion in 'AutoCAD' started by GTASteve, Nov 17, 2004.

  1. GTASteve

    GTASteve Guest

    Sounds like a silly question, but I can't remember.

    I have an associate, that uses R14, that wants to take advantage of some simple VBA Macros I wrote...

    I thought sure, then I thought, wait, did R14 have VBA?...

    Does anyone remember what release it became available?


    GTASteve, Nov 17, 2004
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    kemp Guest

    I believe you are in luck. As far as I can recall r14 is the release VBA
    became available.

    kemp, Nov 17, 2004
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    GTASteve Guest

    Awesome, thanks...

    One less problem on today's plate. ;-)

    GTASteve, Nov 17, 2004
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    CJ Follmer Guest

    it doesn't work for us. we have 14 and i've been unable to make vba work.
    It will load the editor and such but when you actually run the macro it does
    nothing. Then when you exit autocad it gives an error message. Could be
    our install of 14 though. I tried it on two different pc's and it bombed
    the same way both times.

    CJ Follmer, Nov 17, 2004
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    David Kozina Guest

    IIRC, VBA for R14 came with a Service Pack update a few months after the
    original release.
    Perhaps your reseller would be able to provide you with a copy if you don't
    have it.

    Best regards,
    David Kozina
    David Kozina, Nov 17, 2004
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    Murph Guest

    I want to say it was the second release of R14 (R14.1 ?) That had VBA, maybe
    I'm thing of Vlisp. Anyways CJ if IRC the VBA in R14 will error out because
    of MS overwriting some common dll files. If it was installed and MS office
    was installed afterwards or an update to MS software. Even a SP installed
    afterwards would give you errors when running VBA in ACAD.

    Murph, Nov 17, 2004
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    Murph Guest

    That's what I'm talking about R14.1 but you beat me to it.

    Murph, Nov 17, 2004
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    Anne Brown Guest

    Anne Brown, Nov 17, 2004
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