Starting ACAD 2004 can be done out of
VB.NET, but you don't need VB.NET to achieve this (any VB will do) :-) Managed
set of functions exposed by ObjectARX 2005 and higher let you manipulate ACAD
objects in "ObjectARX way", plus Framework functionality.
Check out the .NET programming section of our site. All of the articles on
the site are older and deal with using .NET and AutoCAD's COM API. While
some of the details in them are not true for newer versions, the basics of
them all still hold true. Have a look at the Getting Connected article to
see how to use .NET to open AutoCAD.
Bobby C. Jones
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Can vb.net be used with AutoCAD 2004?