Years ago Tom Snape provided us with a TurboCad Macro that would enumerate the properties of the current Application Object, the Current Drawing Object and the !st Grapic in a drawing.
As TurboCad no longer includes VBA, the newer users of TurboCad cannot run the macro.
I have taken the liberty of converting Toms' code to run in Excel VBA. It is attached as ExtProps.xls. It is in excel 97 format.
For forward compatabilty purposes, I use Excel 97 and TurboCad 10.2.
Those of you that use something newer than Excel 97 and TurboCad 10.2 will need to change the references for the tool. To change the tool references start the the Excel Visual Basic Editor. Once in the editor, under TOOLS- REFERENCES change the references to fit whats on your system.
The references needed for my system that runs EXCEL 97 and TCAD 10.2 are
1) Visual Basic for applications C:Program Files\common Files\Microsoft shared\VBA\VBA332.DLL
2) Microsoft Excel 8.0 Object Library C:Program Files\Microsoft Office\Office\Excel8.OLB
3) Microsoft Forms 2.0 Object Library C:WINNT\System32\FM20.DLL
4) TurboCAD v4.1 Programable Objects C:Program Files\IMSI\TCWP100\Program\IMSIGX10.dll
To use the tool, once you have the references correctly configured for your system, create a new drawing containing one graphic of the type you wish to investigate and click the "ExProps" button on the spreadsheet. Once the tool starts, depending on what properties you are investigating, click either the "Application", "Drawing" or "Graphic(0)" button. To copy the contents of the listbox to the clipbord click the "Copy" button. The "Exit" button sets all objects to nothing and exits the tool.
Note the drawing must contain one graphic for the "Graphic" button to be enabled.
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