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Re: Accessing AutoCAD via a VB .NET form

08-08-2007 01:27 PM in reply to: cctbailey
Christy,

I'm trying to get a VB app (not VBA) to run inside AutoCAD 2004...do you think you could help me get this working?

I have the simplest of VB programs (dropping in an MText entity)...trying to use VB 2005 to do this.

I know there are issues with using wrappers, but I'd still like to explore this combination of programs...(soon to be moving on to ACAD 2008)...

Many thanks!

Pete
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Re: Accessing AutoCAD via a VB .NET form

08-15-2007 02:25 PM in reply to: cctbailey
Mike,

You wrote: "Reply From: mike.king
Date: Dec/02/05 - 07:43 (EST)

Re: Accessing AutoCAD via a VB .NET form
I am currently working on a series of posts about this topic on my blog (http:\\snippetsandmusings.blogspot.com). I know this is a transparent effort to get some hits, but actually it is a lot easier to lay things out and present a thorough tutorial in one's own space. Also, I am doing it anyway so why duplicate code (it's a sin). "

I tried accessing the blogspot but it says I must be invited. How about it?
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Re: Accessing AutoCAD via a VB .NET form

08-20-2007 06:33 AM in reply to: cctbailey
How do we get access to your blog? It seems to be by invitation only?
*Tony Tanzillo
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Re: Accessing AutoCAD via a VB .NET form

08-20-2007 06:51 AM in reply to: cctbailey
An invitation-only blog ?

Lol. What a riot.

Don't waste your time.

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