I have ACA 2010 with VBA enabler. Instalation of MS Office 2010 breaks VBA. Is there a way around this atrocity? I know I am supposed to migrate to .Net but i'm hoping to buy some time.
Did you determine what is causing the error? Check your user forms to determine the offending control. It could be a control which is missing on the Office 2010 installation. If that is the case just try to find a download and install it.
>> Instalation of MS Office 2010 breaks VBA
And what happens now? How do we have to imagine what "breaks VBA" means?
Have you tried a de- & reinstall of the AutoCAD VBA-enabler?
- alfred -
Everything breaks VBA these days!
I am on acad2012, and it is extremely unreliable - even on macros that have worked fine for many years.
My advice would be to migrate to .NET now before VBA stops working completely.