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Wrong module is displayed when opening the program

Wrong module is displayed when opening the program

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When I loaded a VBA program in AutoCAD and hit alt-F11 to view the VBAIDE, the userform was shown and I could just hit the run button to run the program. I have since added a class module to the program. Since adding the class module, when I load the program and enter the VBAIDE, the only thing visible is the class module code. I have to view the Project Explorer, select the Forms folder and select the form before I can run the program. How can I get the user form to be "active" so that when I first open the program it is the first thing I see and can run it without going through all of the other steps?  

RE: Wrong module is displayed when opening the program

I do not know AutoCAD, but the typical behaviour of VBA IDE is that it saves window states with the file. So you could try to close class module window, open userform window and save the file.

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