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VBA Block Attribute

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    Posted: 10.Sep.2018 at 23:12
Hello,
I am fairly new at VBA but have done many LISP coding. I had been asked if I could find away to capture
a attribute from our Title Block, found in each drawing file and create a list of these Values, along with its file name, in an Excel speadsheet. I am trying to automate the creation of an Index for the Title Page for our projects, in as few stepsas possible. Any help would be greatly appreciated and get me going in the right direction.
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