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    Quote Originally Posted by Grrr View Post
    Anyway I would use vla-get-effectivename method in his code (assuming he was lazy to write it in)


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    Lee Mac, you are amazing. Thank you so much. It's gonna be a huge help around the office.

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    Alright, MacMaster, hopefully this is the final modification request.

    We recently switched our process and now it would be handy to have almost exactly this lisp (from post #9), but with some slight changes.

    The block mleader now needs to populate from the block's description, rather than name. So very similar to the first bit of code you wrote (post #2), but with the multileader automatically starting at the insertion point.

    I promise I did try fiddling with the code to make it work myself, but I've got miles to go before I can really make sense of the magic you do.

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