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Import/Export File Data.

This application will show you how to Import and Export Data to and from external text files. The dialogue box contains two list boxes.
The first contains a list of all the layers contained in the current drawing.
By selecting the Export Layers button, the layer names will be written to file ExLayers.txt.
Selecting the Layers Import button will bring in a list of layers contained
in the file InLayers.txt.

Note : Please ensure that all the files are in the same directory and within
your AutoCAD support path. Thanks :-))

Layer Import/Export

You will need to create a new form with 2 list boxes and 3 buttons.
Keep the default names. Now create a new form and add this coding : 

Option Explicit

Private Sub CommandButton1_Click()
Dim objLayer As AcadLayer
Dim Lname As String
'declare variables

Open "Exlayer.txt" For Output As #1
'open text file

For Each objLayer In ThisDrawing.Layers
'start looping thru' the layer names

Lname = objLayer.Name
'get the layer name

Print #1, Lname
'print it to the file


Close #1
'close the file

Unload Me
'unload dialogue

End Sub

Private Sub CommandButton2_Click()
End Sub

Private Sub CommandButton3_Click()
Dim sTemp As String
'declare variable

'clear the listbox

Open "Inlayer.txt" For Input As #1
'open the external file

While Not EOF(1)
'until the end of file is reached

Line Input #1, sTemp
'get a layer name

    ListBox2.AddItem sTemp
    'add it to the list box

Close #1
'close the file

End Sub

Private Sub UserForm_Initialize()
Dim objLayer As AcadLayer
'declare variables

For Each objLayer In ThisDrawing.Layers
'get the layer names and loop thru' them

ListBox1.AddItem objLayer.Name
'add them to the list box


End Sub


Now create a new module and add this coding :


Sub EILayer()
End Sub


Now run the macro "EILayer.....Good Hey!!!
If you would like to download the source code for this Application/s, then click Here
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