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VBA for AutoCAD 2002: Writing AutoCAD Macros epub

by Jeffrey E. Clark


VBA for AutoCAD 2002: Writing AutoCAD Macros epub

ISBN: 0130652016

ISBN13: 978-0130652010

Author: Jeffrey E. Clark

Category: Technology

Subcategory: Graphics & Design

Language: English

Publisher: Prentice Hall (December 20, 2001)

Pages: 752 pages

ePUB book: 1580 kb

FB2 book: 1681 kb

Rating: 4.9

Votes: 518

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VBA for AutoCAD 2002 book. Discover how AutoCAD and VBA work together in the real world3/4and apply VBAOs power to everything from 2D and 3D graphic objects to dimensionin VBA for AutoCAD 2002: Writing AutoCAD Macros helps you leverage the full power of AutoCAD and VBA to automate complex design tasks, integrate design data across the enterprise, and solve more challenging problems than.

VBA for AutoCAD 2002, Writing AutoCAD Macros Jeffrey E. Clark. This book is for the AutoCAD and Office user who has problems to solve. Users who are already programmers can use it to familiarize themselves with the AutoCAD object model. This file contains a complete listing of all the code for the book. Users who are not programmers will be able to get started by studying the book's examples.

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VBA for AutoCAD 2002 : Writing AutoCAD Macros . By (author) Jeffrey E. Clark begins with a tour of AutoCAD's Interactive Development Environment, then helps AutoCAD professionals master the fundamentals of Automation, COM, and object-oriented programming.

VBA for AutoCAD 2002. writing AutoCAD macros. Published 2002 by Prentice Hall in Upper Saddle River, NJ. Written in English. AutoCAD, Computer graphics, Microsoft Visual Basic for applications.

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If you already have a working knowledge of VBA and want to integrate AutoCAD with MS Office tools, this is a great book.

VBA for AutoCAD 2002: Writing AutoCAD Macros helps you leverage the full power of AutoCAD and VBA to automate complex design tasks, integrate design data across the enterprise, and solve more challenging problems than ever before. Discover how AutoCAD and VBA work together in the real world3/4and apply VBAOs power to everything from 2D and 3D graphic objects to dimensioning, PaperSpace to database, and Web integration. If you already have a working knowledge of VBA and want to integrate AutoCAD with MS Office tools, this is a great book. The author does a good job of making sense and has plenty of good examples.

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VBA for AutoCAD 2002: Writing AutoCAD Macros; Using AutoCAD.

VBA for AutoCAD 2002: Writing AutoCAD Macros helps you leverage the full power of AutoCAD and VBA to automate complex design tasks, integrate design data across the enterprise, and solve more challenging problems than ever before. Discover how AutoCAD and VBA work together in the real world¾and apply VBAÕs power to everything from 2D and 3D graphic objects to dimensioning, PaperSpace to database, and Web integration!
This is a completely inappropriate book for anyone attempting to learn VBA with no prior VBA experience. There is no foundation laid for the examples, they include code that makes absolutely no sense because you haven't been introduced to that information yet. In chapter three the book has several examples of code to find the DXF codes for entities, but never tells you where to save it or how to run it. It's obvious that the author never thought to have someone with no VBA experience preview the book before publishing.
If you already have a working knowledge of VBA and want to integrate AutoCAD with MS Office tools, this is a great book. The author does a good job of making sense and has plenty of good examples. Most definately a worthwhile investment.
The book is not good for beginners in vba and it is not good for programming big project.