Autocad 2008 Vba Enabler

Issue: You would like to know how to add VBA Enabler for 2014 - 2018 to a deployment.

In my company pack of VBA extensions to AutoCad (structural engineering stuff) had been used and developed for 10 years. After migrating from Acad2007/Windows XP/32bit to Acad2011/ Windows 7/64bit (with 64 bit VBA enabler) there is problem with almost every module out of fifty ones. I performed common services such as replacing references, removing missing ones, and still I experience error informations such as 'Automation Error', 'ActiveX component can't create object', 'Can't create instance of class' etc. We use quite advanced features in API. We are thinking about hiring professional IT specialist (I'm structural engineer with additional postgraduate IT education) to perform this migration. Is there any sense in doing this, or this enabler is this waste of time? Another idea is to rewrite this modules in VBA.NET/ C#, but It will take some time (several months), and my boss is unwilling to pay for this.

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The problem is not the VBA itself, be it for Acad2007/8/9/10/11, it is because of 64-bit AutoCAD. Since MS does not support 64-bit VBA (outside of its own Office products), while AutoCAD is one of the earliest 64-bit big-name software and has loads of custom VBA baggage on its back. When AutoCAD started its 64-bit line (since Acad2008?), Autodesk tried to use an out-process emulating process that running parallelly with AutoCAD as the VBA process, as opposed to the original in-process 32-bit VBA environment. Due to the 'out-process' nature, 64-bit AutoCAD VBA not only is significantly slower, but also has many issues that make some VBA code simply stop working, depending on what the VBA code does. In many cases those issues are very difficult to fix or just not fixable. The recommended approach is to thoroughly test the VBA programs BEFORE moving to 64-bit AutoCAD, if the VBA programs are critical to the production. In general, the opinions on VBA in 64-bit AutoCAd seem very disappointing. If your VBA package is critical and complicated (it looks like that, from your description), then it may not worth to hire professional to try to fix it.

It is simply not fixable in some cases (because of the 'out-process' implementation), again, depending on what the VBA programs do. Download lagu yovie n nuno sampai akhir waktu. Also, considering AutoCAD2011 could very well be the last version of AutoCAD that still support VBA. This makes further invest in VBA code even unwise. VBA for AutoCAD is dead, or dying as long as you do not plan to go over Acad2011. So, your option would be bite the bullet and live with the existing VBA code, if some of can still work, in 64-bit Cad and in the meantime, redo the same functionalities in AutoCAD's.NET API (with VB.NET/C#/F#.) by yourself or hiring someone. This would take some time. Or moving back to 32-bit Cad, should the VBA programs are very critical to the current production and you cannot live without.

If you do not want to stay with Acad2011 32-bit forever, then start looking to migrate the programs into.NET API now.

Estimated size: 20.43 MB Files installed by Autodesk AutoCAD 2014 VBA Enabler. AdDLM.dll - Autodesk Download Manager. AdDownload.dll. AcSetup.dll - AutoCAD (AutoCAD component). AcSetupRes.dll. senddmp.exe - SendDmp (SendDmp component).

senddmpRes.dll. MC3.dll - MC3. MC3Res.dll. UPI.dll - UPI. AcDelTree.exe - Autodesk component. CIPUtil.dll.

DeployUi.dll. LiteHtml.dll. Setup.exe. SetupAcadUi.dll. SetupCtrls.dll. SetupRes.dll. SetupUi.dll How do I remove Autodesk AutoCAD 2014 VBA Enabler?

Or, you can uninstall Autodesk AutoCAD 2014 VBA Enabler from your computer by using the Add/Remove Program feature in the Window's Control Panel. On the Start menu (for Windows 8, right-click the screen's bottom-left corner), click Control Panel, and then, under Programs, do one of the following:. Windows Vista/7/8: Click Uninstall a Program. Windows XP: Click Add or Remove Programs. When you find the program Autodesk AutoCAD 2014 VBA Enabler, click it, and then do one of the following:.

Windows Vista/7/8: Click Uninstall. Windows XP: Click the Remove or Change/Remove tab (to the right of the program). Follow the prompts. A progress bar shows you how long it will take to remove Autodesk AutoCAD 2014 VBA Enabler.