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AutoCAD 2004 VBA: A Programmer’s Reference

  • Authors
  • Joe Sutphin

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
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  18. Back Matter
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About this book

Introduction

AutoCAD is possibly the best-selling computer-aided design software in the world, and while not a Microsoft product, AutoCAD includes Microsoft's Visual Basic for Applications (VBA), which allows you to control your programming environment. This book will teach you to run Autodesk design tasks in the embedded VBA environment. And with VBA, you can customize everything you do in AutoCAD 2004!

This comprehensive guide to the AutoCAD VBA language allows you take advantage of VBA in AutoCAD 2004. So if you're new to VBA programming, you will quickly acquire a skill set to work efficiently. Power users will also benefit from this text, which serves as a fast reference to the full AutoCAD object model. The book also discusses connecting to Microsoft Office products like Excel and Word, and using the Win32 API.

Keywords

Windows design development language programming software

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