AutoCAD VBA stops functioning when installing MS Office 2010

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Hello,

I currently installed Office 2010 with AutoCAD but when I attempted to install Office 2010, the VBA enabler stopped functioning in AutoCAD 2011. The error displayed showing “AutoCAD VBA is not currently installed”.

I have tried to uninstall and reinstall the VBA enabler but the same problem appeared. I am using Windows 7 Operating System x64 with AutoCAD 2011 and MS Office 2010 x86.

I want some suggestion. Thanks in advance.

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Error Message: AutoCAD VBA is not currently installed. Please run the AutoCAD R2010 installer to install the AutoCAD VBA component.

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AutoCAD VBA is not currently installed. Please run the AutoCAD R2010 installer to install the AutoCAD VBA component.

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AutoCAD VBA stops functioning when installing MS Office 2010

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Good day. The problem is with the VBA Module. This must have been due to some errors encountered during installation. Now, to fix this issue, the first thing that we have to try is to repair install the application. What you have to do is go to your machine’s Control Panel, then click Programs and Features.

Select the Autodesk Product, then click change or modify. Follow the prompts afterwards. If repairing the installation still don’t solve the issue, you can download the missing VBA Module that is compatible to your application here.

Run the module and restart your machine before using the application. This should help. 

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