Nothing makes writing scripts more enjoyable than ScriptPro, a free program from Autodesk (download it…). This small program allows you to run a script on multiple drawings at once. Here is how to use it…
NOTE: Make sure your scripts have a QSAVE command (followed by an Enter or a blank space) at the end or it will not save your drawings.
Browse to load a script that you saved:
Click this button to add drawings that you want to run the script on:
Browse to the folder(s) where your drawings are stored. When you find a drawing that you want to run it on, click the >> button to add them.
Click the “Run this project…” button to start processing your drawings.
If you haven’t already, it will ask you to save your project. Click the “Yes” button to save it and begin the processing.
ScriptPro will open each drawing in AutoCAD, run the script, and close the drawing. Remember, you need to have a QSAVE (followed by an Enter or blank space) added to the end of your script or it won’t save the drawing.
ScriptPro is free from Autodesk: Download and install ScriptPro…