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Run VBA Macro at startup

Run VBA Macro at startup

Run VBA Macro at startup

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Can anyone tell me how to run a VBA macro every time I launch AutoCad? I have a Macro button that I want to add to the toolbar. I use a VBA sub called "AddToolbar" but the next time I Launch Acad the toolbar button is gone. So, what I want to do is set autucad to run "AddToolbar" everytime I launch acad.

RE: Run VBA Macro at startup

You should ask this question in the AutoCAD forum. I can't say I have done this, but I can imagine that you may have to edit the .mnu files that set up the menu options. There is also a way to automatically load lisp files on start up, but that's not a macro. Ask in the other forum. They'll get you going.

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