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Draftsight - Cycling through layouts via VBA

Draftsight - Cycling through layouts via VBA

Draftsight - Cycling through layouts via VBA

Hi, I am currently sitting in a situation where I am editing tile blocks of 82 pages for a project. The sheets are uniquely named and I was using "GetSheet", but it required the unique name as a string.

If 1 Then
Set dsSheet = dsDoc.GetSheet("72 BOX GIRDER SPAN 33 EXTERNAL VIEW")
If Not dsSheet Is Nothing Then
Set dsSketchManager = dsSheet.GetSketchManager()
End If

I am not sure if there is a away to pull the unique sheet name and use it to cycle through sheets so that it can automatically edit the title blocks on each sheet. I am a novice to Draftsight, only been using if from this year. I know a little bit about VBA so any advice on how I could do this or even if i am totally wrong, any alternative methods that could help would be greatly appreciated.


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