1. In 2015 I wanted to create a new macro to include different tables and other user input data to a drawing template. What is the process for doing this correctly? I thought that S/W came with visual basic to do just that.
2. I have macro's in S/W 2014 made thru visual basic that works properly but when I try to use in S/W 2015 that macro adds additional blank boxes for the revision rows/columns when the macro is run. The work areound is I have to reopen the macro, press delete for each extra box and hit save. I also found that it will not allow me to have more than one revision row without doing the same thing.