Still working on your macro I see.
If you are the only person that is going to use you macro, limited checking for missing data is okay. However, that is another subject for another day. I will assume that if the user does not enter any value for diameter, then the other fields for that step are empty too. So this is my recommendation (see screen shot). You enclose the step processing in an If-Then block statement. In my simplistic code example, if the user leaves the diameter field blank or enters something not considered a number (or zero) then the whole step is skipped.
I'll give this a try. I'm going to be building this in driveworks once I take the training course but I am really intrueged by this macro stuff and am learning a lot as I go. Thanks SO much!!
Hey guys, I have a question on how to have a text box that says "Yes" or "no" to delete or not delete a feature in my template? if yes it leaves the feature and if no it deletes the feature. I recorded the code but I don't know how to get it to interact with the text box in my macro. Anyone want to take a look at this?