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VBA Macro Recovery Suggestions

Question asked by Daen Hendrickson on Jun 26, 2019
Latest reply on Jun 27, 2019 by Daen Hendrickson

Probably hosed... but hoping for suggestions.

 

I have been putting together a SolidWorks VBA macro. Everything was working and I was just putting on the polish on a few things. And it locked up. And I couldn't get out. And I killed it with Windows Task manager.

 

And now when I try to reopen - either edit or run - I get the message:

 

 

Any thoughts or suggestions would be greatly appreciated.

 

Heading out on vacation so won't get back to this for a few weeks. Thought I was tying a bow on the package - a good  way to go on vaca... but seems I've dropped it in the mud.

 

TIME FOR BEER!

 

thanks,

Daen

 

EDIT:

 

I have attached my macro if anyone wants a challenge (Deepak Gupta, I see where you have conquered this beast before)! I was planning on sharing it anyway after a little more cleaning and testing.

 

For what it's worth, the macro exports NON-Solidworks files from a Workgroup PDM Vault to a local folder. Yes, there are others that have done this before (I based on some of their code AND I don't have full acknowledgements in the attached version). This is just my particular flavor of it.

 

Thanks in advance

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