How do I save a BAT file after creating the file format and be able to open that saved BAT file and have it be able to create the csv file? Each time I try to save a BAT file the buttons for creating the file format disappear and I always have to start over with the original BAT file downloaded from CUCM and create the file format over again. It's a real time eater to repeat the process of building the file format over and over...
The BAT file says to save it in a macro enabled excel template, but it doesn't work. When I try to open a file saved in that format, the buttons for creating the file format, exporting to CSV format, and other inputs disappear.
I found the solution. In Excel 2010, none of the "save as" a different Excel version solutions worked. However, if you go to file -> info, there is a "convert button" that will change the document to compatibility mode. When you click the "convert button" it will automatically save the file as a macro enabled workbook but in compatibility mode. Just saving the file type as a macro enabled workbook doesn't work, but changing the document to compatibility mode then saving as a macro enabled workbook does work! Hopefully, this helps anyone else who has been running into this issue as well.
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