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Macro calculations don't ref. owner object

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I have several macros that calculate the area of a polyline and convert from sq ft to sq meters. I have an issue where all the different polylines are using different macros but returning the same value of whichever polyline was opened most recently. Any tips from macro users? Is more info needed to provide advice? I can send more info by a PM.

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I just figured it out. It appears as though the polyline label needs to consist of only one macro. This macro is the basis for other macros, and they can be placed in a text table to display accurately and remain stable.

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