XLSchedule_1.0 for R14 -
XLSchedule is a program which takes "schedules" developed in MS Excel ('95, '97 or 2000) and imports them into AutoCAD drawings. Program is written in VB for Applications and is run from AutoCAD. User interface is via toolbar and AutoCAD command line prompts. Most MS Excel cell formatting is kept including borders and text alignment, text size, etc.
Each schedule is brought into AutoCAD as a block, which can be exploded into native AutoCAD entities if desired. A time and date stamp is placed at the bottom left corner of the schedule when it is inserted.
The size of the schedule is dictated by the active text style height in AutoCAD. Text will be inserted in the active text style on the active layer. Text in an individual cell will be scaled based on its font size relative to the default font size in the Excel sheet.
Once inserted, all schedules in a drawing can be updated in a semi-automatic fashion via a toolbar button.
Demo version has a limitation on the number of rows and columns that can be inserted.