I found how to open autocad and how add drawing by looking on forums and the help section au AtucadElectrical but there is a thing that i can't find:
How to create a folder, a projet and add (new drawing to that folder)
This is the beginning of the code:
Dim NewDrawing1 As AcadDocument
Dim Newdrawing2 As AcadDocument
On Error Resume Next
Set AcadObj = GetObject(, "AutoCAD.Application")
If Err.Number <> 0 Then
Set AcadObj = CreateObject("AutoCAD.Application")
NombreDessinAutocad = 2
AcadObj.Visible = True
Set AcadDoc = AcadObj.ActiveDocument
Set AcadUtil = AcadDoc.Utility
Set AcadEspaceObj = AcadDoc.ModelSpace
Set NewDrawing1 = AutoCAD.Application.Documents.Add("")
Set Newdrawing2 = AutoCAD.Application.Documents.Add("")
Dim drawing As AcadDocument
For Each drawing In AutoCAD.Application.Documents
MsgBox "Drawing " & drawing.Name & " is active."
Excel.Application.Visible = True
Your question has a lot to it.
While I could show you, it is too long winded to answer here. I know that is not what you need to know.
I do not sell training so when I suggest you should get some training then it it true.
Now to help with limited 18 months experience:
I could not create a project for scratch. I needed to open a project from the built in Tutorials in ACE. Open a drawing from that project.
That project needed to be Active. It is bold high lighted.
Then I could go through the process of creating a project.
If I had a choice I would have a seperate Letter drive for ACE even if you only had one physical drive.
Also go to www.ecadconsultant .com There is some good info but I must be thick as some of it I found criptic but eventually I got the message.
Cheers John QUigley
I should have tried to find out what VBA was before I tried to help. I have just made a fool of my self as I think you are using Vault etc.
Forgive me for I know what what i do.
All the best forthe new year.
First of all thanks to take time on my problem.
I use VBA, maybe it's also call VB, anyway it is a .NET language. I stopped using this language and I goes on a maybe more structural oriented programming language which is C#.
I don't really understood all the things of your answer but I understood that it is not as easy as I thought.
Thanks for your answer,
Have an Happy new year
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