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Macro Works Fine pre-2011, Now Not at All

Question asked by Michael Wade on Jun 27, 2013
Latest reply on Jun 27, 2013 by Deepak Gupta

Help!  I know zero about programming.  I can usually figure out what's going on in a macro and manipulate them if I have to, but when variable names in VB change from version-to-version, I have no clue what way is up or down.

 

This is one of my favorite macros (ViewsIso.swp).  It creates 24 isometric views (I have dimetric and trimetric versions as well if anyone is interested).  Can someone please tell me what I'm missing when trying to run this on SW2012?

 

We have 2011, 2012, and 2013 (all at latest SP) installed on our machines.  I can't get it work in any, but I would prefer 2012.  I know there are the "References" checkboxes that need to be updated, but as you can see in the JPEG below, I would figure that's correct.  Obviously it's not.

 

I'm attaching the macro and a snapshot of the References.

 

Thanks for any help.

 

I'm on a Dell Precision M6500, 64-bit Windows 7 Pro, SW2012 x64 SP5.0.

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