How to call a VBScript function from button "on click"

I've got the following code trying to call a function and pass variables to the function, but I get the message that I cannot use parantheses while calling a sub....

I'm not calling a sub though....
<link rel="stylesheet" type="text/css"
<TITLE>Profile Cleanup Utility</TITLE>
<script language="VBScript">
'Defining variables
Const ForReading = 1
const ForWriting = 2
Const ForAppending = 8
strDate = Date()
intDel = 60
strTotalSize = 0
strMonth = Month(Now)
strDay = Day(Now)
strYear = Year(Now)
Set objConnection = CreateObject("ADODB.Connection")
Set objCommand =   CreateObject("ADODB.Command")
objConnection.Provider = "ADsDSOObject"
objConnection.Open "Active Directory Provider"
Set objCommand.ActiveConnection = objConnection
objCommand.Properties("Page Size") = 1000
objCommand.Properties("Searchscope") = ADS_SCOPE_SUBTREE 
'Determine location to run script
    Sub RunLocation
		strLocation = SelectLocation.Value
		select case strLocation
			case ""
				GroupSelect.innerHTML = ""
			case "Boise"
				GroupSelect.innerHTML = "<select size='1' width='50' name='SelectGroup' onchange='BoiseSetGroupInfo'>" &_
					"<option selected value=''>Make a Selection</option>" &_
					"<option value='PPD'>PPD</option>" &_
					"<option value='WDTS'>WDTS</option>" &_
					"<option value='TRN'>TRN</option></select>"
		End Select
	End Sub
	Sub BoiseSetGroupInfo
		strGroup = SelectGroup.Value
				select case strGroup
					case ""
					case "PPD"
						Offline = "\\server\path\file.txt"
						Deleted = "\\server\path\file.txt"
						Checked = "\\server\path\file.txt"
						strExcelPath = "\\server\path\file.txt"
						strMachineGroup = "PPD*"
						strGroupLocation = "LDAP://ou=path,ou=path,ou=path,dc=dc,dc=domain,dc=com"
						StartAction.innerHTML = "<input type='button' value='Start Cleanup' name='start_cleanup' onClick='ProcessGroup(Offline,Deleted,Checked,strExcelPath,strMachineGroup,strGroupLocation)'>"								End Select		
	End Sub
	Function ProcessGroup(Offline,Deleted,Checked,strExcelPath,strMachineGroup,strGroupLocation)
		objCommand.CommandText = "SELECT Name, dNSHostName FROM '" & strGroupLocation & "' WHERE objectCategory='computer' AND dNSHostName='" & strMachineGroup & "'"
		Set objRecordSet = objCommand.Execute
		Do Until objRecordSet.EOF
			strComputer = objRecordSet.Fields("Name").Value
		msgbox("Action Complete")
	End Function
<DIV id="Background_DIV">
<img src= "\\server\path\image.bmp" height=100% width=100%/>
<script type="text/javascript">
<DIV id="LocationSelect_DIV">
<select size="1" width="30" name="SelectLocation" onchange="RunLocation">
    <option selected value="">Make a Selection</option>
    <option value="Boise">Boise</option>
    <option value="Seattle">Seattle</option>
<DIV id="GroupSelect_DIV" align="Center">
<span id="GroupSelect"></span>
<DIV id="ActionButton_DIV" align="Center">
<span id="StartAction"></span>
<DIV id="Status_DIV">
<span id="CurrentStatus"></span>

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The function call should not have parenthesis when you use multiple variables.  Use the following in your code and all should work fine (at least for me it did);
StartAction.innerHTML = "<input type='button' value='Start Cleanup' name='start_cleanup' onClick='ProcessGroup Offline,Deleted,Checked,strExcelPath,strMachineGroup,strGroupLocation'>"
Try using:

                                                StartAction.innerHTML = "<input type='button' value='Start Cleanup' name='start_cleanup' onClick='Call ProcessGroup(Offline,Deleted,Checked,strExcelPath,strMachineGroup,strGroupLocation)'>"

(Add Call infront of it)
piattndAuthor Commented:
I've tried using call and it doesn't work.

I also rtied what you said, rejoinder, and I don't get a script error,  but the echo returns a null value for any of my variables.  In other words, the values aren't being passed.
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piattndAuthor Commented:
Ok so I talked to my scripting buddy and he said I should change the "onclick" portion to something similar to this:

<....onclick= FunctionName '" & variablename & "'>

I was able to get it to work for one of my variables, then tried to do the same thing for all of them, and now I consistently get the error:

"Wrong number of arguments or invalid property assignment"

Keep in mind I have adjusted my Function to reflect that I'm only trying to pass 1 variable for the time being (until I get the dang thing to work with 1 variable).

I know why my method returned null... please use this line instead;
StartAction.innerHTML = "<input type='button' value='Start Cleanup' name='start_cleanup' onClick='ProcessGroup """ & Offline & """,""" & Deleted & """,""" & Checked & """,""" & strExcelPath & """,""" & strMachineGroup & """,""" & strGroupLocation & """'>"

Drop the () and use double quotes plus ampersand to get your variables into the line.  So easy I forgot that you were passing variables from above :-)

I tested this by using a msgbox in the function and I was able to see all the variables being passed.

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piattndAuthor Commented:
Holy cow, thank you so much!  I was literally bashing my head on my desk all morning......
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