AutoCAD VBA - Beginner Course | Arnold H. | Skillshare
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39 Videos (1h 58m)
    • 00 landing video

      2:26
    • 01 Introduction

      4:23
    • 02 Course Content

      6:12
    • 01 SetupEnv Theory

      0:47
    • 02 envi setup

      3:50
    • 03 vba ide Theory

      2:56
    • 04 vba ide

      14:04
    • 01 autocad object model1

      6:33
    • 02 autocad object model2

      6:03
    • 01 variables

      1:18
    • 02 variables demo

      14:17
    • 01 userforms controls theory

      2:20
    • 02 userform labeltextboxcommandbutton

      9:53
    • 03 listbox

      5:51
    • 04 combobox

      9:00
    • 05 frame

      3:27
    • 01 conditions decisions theory

      1:18
    • 02 if then else

      2:09
    • 03 if then elseif

      3:43
    • 04 conditional operators

      3:53
    • 05 logical operators

      7:18
    • 06 select case

      4:46
    • 01 looping iterations theory

      1:57
    • 02 do while

      4:16
    • 03 do until

      1:49
    • 04 for next

      2:07
    • 05 for each next

      3:02
    • 01 draw objects theory

      1:18
    • 01 draw line

      3:10
    • 03 draw line form

      7:21
    • 02 draw circle

      3:07
    • 03 draw text

      5:23
    • 04 lwpolyline

      5:44
    • 01 debugging

      0:41
    • 02 debugging1

      12:22
    • 03 debugging2

      2:12
    • 01 errorhandling

      1:52
    • 02 error handling

      12:45
    • 01 conclusion

      0:43

About This Class

This course will walk you through the VBA Integrated Development Environment (IDE). You will also learn and understand the AutoCAD VBA Object Model through presentation and examples.

We will cover the User Forms and Controls and explore AutoCAD Database Dictionary

Conditions and Decision Structures will also be covered extensively.

We will be writing actual applications using different VBA Drawing techniques.

You will also understand how to debug and handle errors in your program.

By the end of the course, you should be able to develop your own small to medium complexity applications.

Who is the target audience?

  • All AutoCAD users from beginner to advanced who wanted to extend their knowledge beyond AutoCAD and be more productive.
  • This is also for AutoLISP programmers who wanted to learn a different way of manipulating AutoCAD objects.

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Arnold H.

Sr. Software Developer, MCSD, MCAD

Hello, I'm Arnold.

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