Found this routine online and am hoping to modify it to my needs, just not sure how to proceed.
It exports the text out of the dims into an excel file, the issue I have is that it automatically opens a new book every time you run the lisp with the original workbook open.
I am trying to get it to automatically insert the next set of numbers on the row below the first pull. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
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The question is
Do you want to store dim values in the newly created Excel file or
add them all into existig file on particular speadsheet?
Explain details then I can help if I could be able to do it
Also what is your Excel version btw?
Well, rry from this attachment
load library then then XLEXPDIM.lsp
New excel sheet. We are trying to simplify our fab system so that we can export over all lengths of material and any holes that need to be punched to our tigerstop systems.
Thanks for any help you can offer.
I loaded the library then XLEXPDIM after executing the XDIM command and specifing Sheet1 it locked up my autocad. I know I didnt provide some important information i.e. i am running AutoCAD Mech 2010 with excel 2010.
Try attached code to write to newly created workbook,
maybe it will work on your end, all tested on A2010
and Excel 2007 (student release)
I didnt load the lib first...seems to work really well.
I know i am pushing the "help" envolope but is there any way to make it use the column to the right of the first pull of numbers? i.e. If i run it once it put that set of numbers in column A and if i pull a second time it adds those numbers to column B.
Thanks for a everything you have done!
Please, upload Excel file in 2007 format to see what you exactly need,
just a few rows for imagination only
07 and 2010 should both be in .xlsx format but i have dropped it down to a .xls file just to make sure its what you need. The list of number is pure fiction just typed them in real fast but you should be able to get the jest of what i am shooting for at this time.
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