If you are testing only to see whether you need to load the DVB, don't. You
have two options in A2K (I don't know about R14):
1) Place a call to VL-VBALOAD at the start of your routine. If not loaded,
the project gets loaded. If it already is, the function does nothing
2) Use VL-VBARUN with a fully qualified macro name:
c:\temp\myProject.dvb!myModule.myMacro. The project will be loaded if it
hasn't already been loaded.
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"Claire Adam" wrote in message
> Dear all,
> I would like to test from a lisp routine if a specific vba dvb project has
> already been loaded.
> I am using both acad2000 and 14.
> Any ideas?