Remember, that each time before you take a pause to , also take a moment to beg your Teacher, the Spirit of Truth, to open the eyes of your heart so that it might not be just an intellectual exercise and you might be enabled to see the wonderful supernatural truths in His Word.You will also be pleasantly surprised to discover that observation in many of these practice exercises flows smoothly into interpretation and application, as the Spirit pricks your heart to believe and obey the truth He has just illuminated.The goal of this section is to present some general guidelines on "how to read the 'Best Book'" but you will find the principles applicable to anything you are reading.The Bible is unlike any other book for it is essentially a "love letter" from God to mankind. You have probably received a letter from your sweetheart when you were dating or courting. You kept checking the mailbox to see if the mail had arrived. Quit Set xl Book = Nothing Set xl App = Nothing End Sub you could write a vbscript to create an instance of excel via the createobject() method, then open the workbook and run the macro.You can open the sheet from the command line but you can't control what it does unless it knows where it is.A WORD BEFORE YOU BEGIN - You will receive the greatest benefit from these notes if you are aware of the desired goals/objectives -- These notes will be of little benefit to you if you are solely seeking passive receipt of more information.
But frankly, what better object to linger upon lovingly and long, than the eternal Word of Truth, the very revelation from the Creator to His creatures! And so we need to learn and practice the art of observation for as Yogi Berra once said... Dr H T Kuist would agree with Yogi for he defined observation as "the art of seeing things as they really are." Kuist goes on to add that observation entails seeing "impartially, intensely and fearlessly." Robert Traina rightly concludes that the goal of observation "is to enable one to become saturated with (Ed: filled completely with so that it permeates or pervades one's entire being) the particulars of a passage so that one is thoroughly conscious of the (object being observed).In a module declare: Private Declare Function Get Env Var Lib "kernel32" Alias "Get Environment Variable A" _ (By Val lp Name As String, By Val lp Buffer As String, By Val n Size As Long) As Long Function Get Environment Variable(var As String) As String Dim num Chars As Long Get Environment Variable = String(255, " ") num Chars = Get Env Var(var, Get Environment Variable, 255) End Function @ Robert: I have tried to adapt your code with a relative path, and created a batch file to run the VBS. Open(str File Path, "Excels\CLIENTES.xlsb") , 0, True) xl App. Because it has attracted low-quality or spam answers that had to be removed, posting an answer now requires 10 reputation on this site (the association bonus does not count).The VBS starts and closes but doesn't launch the macro... Option Explicit On Error Resume Next Excel Macro Example Sub Excel Macro Example() Dim xl App Dim xl Book Set xl App = Create Object("Excel. Run "open_form" Set xl Book = Nothing Set xl App = Nothing End Sub I removed the "Application. But it could just as easily be compiled with csc and ran through the called from the command line. Would you like to answer one of these unanswered questions instead?Application") Set obj FSO = Create Object("Scripting. Quit" because my macro is calling a userform taking care of it. Cheers EDIT I have actually worked it out, just in case someone wants to run a userform "alike" a stand alone application: Issues I was facing: 1 - I did not want to use the Workbook_Open Event as the excel is locked in read only.