.NET & AutoCAD - looking for resources

Posted on 2005-04-13
Last Modified: 2010-08-05
I'm looking for resources (books, articles, web sites, etc) on working with AutoCAD drawings using .NET.  
What I specifically want to do is read block data as easily as possible in order to use drawings as a datasource for other apps.
Question by:natejacobs
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    The code is going to be virtually the same as if you use VBA.
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    AutoDesk prints a book

    AUTOCAD with VBA
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    You can also go to the AutoDesk disscussion group for VB and COM interfaces
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    There is a new discussion starting in the .NET forums at  , so far it seems that the information is pretty good and there are some knowledgable people there

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