As a company, we control all of our drawing production through the use of menus and toolbars; over a number of years we have developed a vast number of tools with a lot of coding behind it. We are looking to upgrade from a mix of LT2002 and LT2005 to LT2006 in the next couple of weeks and are concerned about the customization changes.
Is it possible to simply convert all the macros etc. currently held in the .mnu files? We currently have one person, myself, modifying the .mnu file whilst everyone else reads the .mns file once I have recompiled it.
Is there anything that I particularly need to be aware of; we use menus, toolbars and slide libraries, all off the menu file? To redo this work would take months of redevelopment to understand a new customization language and correct any errors whilst in the mean time it takes twice as long to produce drawings and company standardization would be lost.
I would be grateful if anyone who can advise on converting from 2005 to2006 or who can point me in the right direction would reply to my questions.