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how to call AutoLISP function within VBA procedure
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how to call AutoLISP function within VBA procedure

how to call AutoLISP function within VBA procedure

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Hi,
How can I call an AutoLISP function within a VBA procedure?

RE: how to call AutoLISP function within VBA procedure

Hi miguelst,

CODE

ThisDrawing.SendCommand ("SomeFunction" & Chr(13))

HTH
Todd

RE: how to call AutoLISP function within VBA procedure

You could also replace Chr(13) with vbCr which serves as 'Enter' also..

Sorry, just my 10p worth :)

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RE: how to call AutoLISP function within VBA procedure

Thanx 4 this.
I want to run a script at start-up and cannot find a way (suspect no way) (see thread http://www.tek-tips.com/viewthread.cfm?qid=496870&page=1 if interested).

However maybe a customised toolbar is only one click away, now - I go try.

there is a tide in the affairs of man that you Cnut ignore.................

RE: how to call AutoLISP function within VBA procedure

finaly figure a macro for pspace > zooming to extents > qsave
AND its on the tool bar now.
So maybe I can sort a few dashboard things in the same way.

there is a tide in the affairs of man that you Cnut ignore.................

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