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Problem loading VBA project in CATIA

Problem loading VBA project in CATIA

Problem loading VBA project in CATIA

Good evening everyone

I had to reset my user on my computer due to some issues (not related to the following question). After doing so I have found myself having to bring back all the setting I had in my Catia environment. For some reason, every time I try to load a specific VBA Project into the library i get the following error message. I have changed the library permissions and unless I have missed something there I do not see why this is happening.

Any help will be much appreciated.

Thank you.

PS. I had to hide the path for confidentiality reasons. But the file is there.

RE: Problem loading VBA project in CATIA

Thank you ferdo. I did try to google the issue but I did not find a solution.

RE: Problem loading VBA project in CATIA

The vba enviroment is not automatically installed with CATIA. Have you tried running the vba6.msi file?

Drew Mumaw
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RE: Problem loading VBA project in CATIA

I did try that as well drewmumaw. I am 100% sure it is installed as I can use it without any problems.

RE: Problem loading VBA project in CATIA

I'm assuming you already played around with all of the options under Tools > Options > General > Macros tab

Drew Mumaw
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