It would be nice if there was a tool to convert EDF. Would be more efficient than manual edit copy/paste. I might take a crack at it with VBA.
Sample VBA code…
If oEl.Type = msdElementTypeText Then With oEl.AsTextElement .DeleteAllDataEntryRegions .Rewrite .Redraw msdDrawingModeNormal End WithEnd If
How did my post end up here?
This was originally a part of a larger response to someone else for a different topic. All I did was mention that I might try doing something with VBA and my post was moved and edited. Parts of my original response are now gone.
I tried to use this, in a macro. It wanted me to declare the oE is that an L, I or 1 anyway did not know how to work with it.
I wonder if JJ Wutt ever did get a VBA working for this ?
Version: MicroStation V8i SS 10
RJB Phillips III (Richard) Praise the Lord for His Mercy and grace in Christ Jesus
It’s an l for lion. oEl is a common variable abbreviation for object Element. The declaration not shown in Leonard’s code, was likely:
Dim oEl as Element