using powershell to automate some excel functions

I have a text file that is generated from a system.  I edit the file daily with a macro and submit my revised text file to the appropriate department.  I thought i had conquered my lazyness by getting my macro to work flawlessly.  i did not knoweth what i thinkethed at the time.  I need to be lazier.

This does not have to be powershell but i would like an icon (probably batch or ps) that i can double click and have excel open the text file.  edit the text file and then save it back out as a .prn file.  is there anyway to do this.
i have a file called 1.txt    i have a xlsm file 2.xlsm that contains the macro...   CreateIntegrationFile
can i write a code that will open the 2.xlsm file, then run the create integration macro, and then save the results.
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Use this code for your VBscript:

Set objExcel = CreateObject("Excel.Application")
Set objWorkbook = objExcel.Workbooks.Open("C:\Users\Kimputer\Documents\2.xlsm")

objExcel.Application.Visible = True
objExcel.Application.Run "ThisWorkbook.CreateIntegrationFile"

WScript.Echo "Finished."

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However, since you can see how simple this code is, have the 1.txt opening and saving be DONE already INSIDE the macro, so the vbscript can be simple.
Also, obviously, this is when the macro has been added in the ThisWorkbook region.

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jamesmetcalf74Author Commented:
worked like a charm
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