The VBA Integrated Development Environment (VBAIDE)

  • Joe Sutphin


Within AutoCAD, you develop VBA programs in the Visual Basic for Applications (VBA) Integrated Development Environment (IDE). Like the Visual LISP IDE, Autodesk provides the VBAIDE as an integral part of many of its products, including AutoCAD. Unlike the Visual LISP IDE, however, Microsoft licenses the VBAIDE to Autodesk for inclusion in their products. As such, its features are from Microsoft, not Autodesk.


Class Module Integrate Development Environment Event Procedure Popup Menu Property Window 
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