Original Article Date: April 5, 2005
With many thanks to Rodney Wing for contributing this VBA macro that allows you to display used levels individually in a slide-show type of manner. If you tend to crawl up and down your levels a lot, you may find this much faster than traditional methods.
Download 237.zip and extract viewLevel.mvba from the zip file.Place the mvba in the folder pointed to by MS_VBASEARCHDIRECTORIESKeyin vba load viewLevel to load the project, or...Configure MS_VBAAUTOLOADPROJECTS to automatically load the mvba project upon startup.Keyin vba run [viewlevel]viewlevel to run the macro, or....Place the keyin on a function key or custom button for quick and easy access.Once loaded, you can click on the Next and Previous buttons to change the level display, or pick one from the drop-down list. The form is non-modal so you can perform other commands or functions while the macro is active. If the Restore view on exit box is checked, the level display is returned to its original state when you exit the macro.
This program is supplied as is. This program does not come with support. AskInga, Bentley Systems Inc., and the author of the program assumes no liability for damages direct, indirect, or consequential, which may result from the use of this program. Use this program at your own risk.
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