VBSrcipt, to save a excel 2003 work book as a shared file ?

August 24, 2012 at 00:26:39
Specs: Windows XP
Description basically asks my question can it be done ?

The reason is I get 7 to 10 sheets Dailey in CSV format and
convert them to XLS (have vbs to do this for me :-])
but a few people work on these everyday... We just do it manually obviously haha
But I would like to automate a few more things to run faster to save time.

I can't record a macro even because it tells me it's not allowed..

So if anyone can give me any tips it would be great!


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August 24, 2012 at 05:21:44
The reason is I get 7 to 10 sheets Dailey in CSV format and convert them to XLS (have vbs to do this for me :-])
Any reason you can't show us this script?

But I would like to automate a few more things to run faster to save time.
Is there any reason why you can't specify these 'things?'

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