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Topic Closed3dmax -vba

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    Posted: 28.Nov.2011 at 16:09
Hello everybody!

I have a project to do that includes programming. 
I would like to use visual basic for applications in 3ds max. 
First of all I have designed 2 cars in 3ds max. The first one is a small car and the second a bigger one. All I have to do is to write a source code in visual basic that prompts the user to choose from two options (small or large car). The selected option should open the corresponding 3ds max file.
I think that's not too hard to do. Is it? Can you please help me and guide me? What do I have to read?

 I hope you can understand what I mean.

Thank you!
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