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Dan Neely23-Nov-20 4:10
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Dan Neely23-Nov-20 5:18
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It's been long enough since the last time I had to do anything with VBA that I can't get it to run, no.

There's nothing in that code snippet to actually declare a macro for excel to run; and when I slapped a `Sub Macro1() ... End Sub` around all the code before the functions it promptly barfs because something on the `WScript` line is null.

Edit: In any event, I'm 99% sure I fixed the copy/pasto that caused the missing data from the sql queries, and the bug/not finished in the final report generation code that still created sets of columns for all possible X instead of the inadvertently truncated list of Xes actually being sent to the database; and will let Excel whir my fans for an hour over lunch in a bit doublechecking that I actually did fix it all.
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