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20 May 2013

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Respected Sir
I am using Autocad mechanical 2013 x64bit and installed the vba from the autodesk website. After installing service pack 2 also, the vba editor does not allow to run the macro. The textboxes are not getting texts entered and non of the command buttons work.
On runnig or compiling the userform or any other module, using get keyword for user to input the data, the error msg pop up indicating 'compilation error", cannot add to array, and similar errors. It was working fine with the Autocad 2010 version.

Make sure you have installed the VBA enabler as VBA is not installed by default with the product in the past two releases, but most likely you had it since you mention things might have worked pre SP2.I would suggest a look into the Trusted files settings as the security settings might be blocking your vba to prevent malicious untrusted code.

http://through-the-interface.typepad.com/through_the_interface/2013/03/autocad-2014-for-developers.html

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