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"Ben" wrote in news:qjvYa.42438$tQ2.1414775
Where did it come from? Are you certain it's a SolidWorks macro? The ".bas" extension is used by Visual Basic (up to ver 6) for VB code modules.
If it is in fact a SW macro, change the extension to ".swp" and try to open it from SolidWorks.
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Joel Moore
You can also import it into a current macro as a module.
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Corey Scheich

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