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How to automatically record a VBA macro in AutoCAD (like in MS Office)?

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you can were able to download ARX application "VBA Macro recorder" (for AutoCAD 2000/2000i/2002), which records user's command sequence (AutoCAD commands) as a VBA macro - like in MS Office. You can then modify this macro or - without any programming experience - just use it immediately.

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You can also try the free VBA Macro Recorder by Joe Sutphin (see Download). Load the macro recorder (DVB) with VBALOAD and then run the "Record" macro with VBARUN.

In AutoCAD 2009, 2010, 2011 (and higher) you can use the automatic Action Recorder functionality. Alas, it does not use the VBA format for storing the recorder macros.

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applies to: AutoCAD 2010 · AutoCAD 2009 · AutoCAD 2000 ·

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Tip 12136:Security settings for Inventor data files and add-on applications.

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