Viewing swp files without opening SolidWorks

Is there any way of opening a SolidWorks macro file (*.swp) without
starting SolidWorks?
For whatever reason, the swp files are binary encoded. It's odd as VB
files are text and can be viewed with a text editor.
Reply to
Chris Dubea
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I might be wrong, but it seems that SW somehow embeds the referenced type libraries etc. within the swp file. Try checking/unchecking referenced files from Tools -> References, and see how the file size changes. This might be an explanation for the apparent binary format.
Reply to
Heikki Leivo
If you export to .bas they are not in binary.
Reply to
Corey Scheich

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