As you guys can probably tell I am completely new to autocad and vba. i was wondering if there is a way I can simply write a text in vba and give it a position along with the text height and have it placed at a point "TextPoint" in autocad.
Thanks a bunch
Acad text will do that why do you need programming for this? I suggest to you take look help menu.
From help menu...
Sub Example_AddText() ' This example creates a text object in model space. Dim textObj As AcadText Dim textString As String Dim insertionPoint(0 To 2) As Double Dim height As Double ' Define the text object textString = "Hello, World." insertionPoint(0) = 2: insertionPoint(1) = 2: insertionPoint(2) = 0 height = 0.5 ' Create the text object in model space Set textObj = ThisDrawing.ModelSpace.AddText(textString, insertionPoint, height) ZoomAll End Sub
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