How to Use the VBA Programming Solidworks Platform for Accessibility
You’ve heard of the VBScript programming language, but now you can use the same platform to create interactive visualizations with your VBA scripts.
In this tutorial, we’ll show you how to create an interactive VBA program with VBA programming solidWorks that will show you which commands can be executed.
VBA programs can be used for anything from writing interactive web pages to visualizing complex data.
We’ll learn how to add a basic, simple, and powerful VBA scripting engine to your website, and then create an example of a VBA application that will let you view the data that is generated by the engine.
Next, we will cover how to set up the solidWorks IDE to use your VB scripts.
Next steps: How to Install VBA Programming SolidWorks article In this article, you’ll learn the basics of VBA, the VBC scripting language, and the VBE scripting language.
We also will learn how you can get started writing interactive visual effects with SolidWorks.
You’ll learn about the VBS, VBA script format, how to export data to and from a VB file format, and how to integrate VBE scripts into a SolidWorks application.
We will cover the basic syntax of SolidWorks, the difference between VBA and VBC, how SolidWorks scripts work, and more.
Finally, we show you an example script that uses the VBO, VB Script Object Model, to create a simple, but visually interesting, visualization.
This tutorial was written for VBA programmers who are familiar with VBC and VBA.