Is there a way to automtically apply macros in a script


Z

zigzagdna

I have a program which genartes csv files. This program is run from
Windows Task Scheuder at ceratin times of the day.
I apply macros (stored in presonal.xlsb) by manually opening the csv
files, then saving the formatted files as .xls file. Is
there a way to do the same using a command which I can place in the
script after csv file has been genarted. If yes, what is the command.

Thanks a lot.
 
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J

James Ravenswood

I have a program which genartes csv files. This program is run from
Windows Task Scheuder at ceratin times of the day.
 I apply macros  (stored in presonal.xlsb) by manually opening the csv
files, then saving the formatted  files as .xls file.  Is
there a way to do the same using a command which I can place in the
script after csv file has been genarted. If yes, what is the command.

Thanks a lot.

The script command depends on the scripting language. In a .bat file:

echo on
start C:\TestFolder\Book1.csv
pause
 

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