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Wrong module is displayed when opening program

Wrong module is displayed when opening program

Wrong module is displayed when opening program

When I loaded a VBA program in AutoCAD and hit alt-F11 to view the VBAIDE, the userform was shown and I could just hit the run button to run the program. I have since added a class module to the program. Since adding the class module, when I load the program and enter the VBAIDE, the only thing visible is the class module code. I have to view the Project Explorer, select the Forms folder and select the form before I can run the program. How can I get the user form to be "active" so that when I first open the program it is the first thing I see and can run it without going through all of the other steps?

RE: Wrong module is displayed when opening program

you might try the vba forum on tek-tips.com  (sister to eng-tips.com for computer stuff)

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