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How to Have Macro Files Automatically "Edit"

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Hello:

I created a macro for an ERP application that open a couple of windows and runs their processes.  In addition, I have configured Windows Task Scheduler to run this macro, automatically.

The only issue is that the ERP windows have dates in them.  So, in order to have the macro's .mac file "know" to run those two routines on a certain date, the .mac file has to be edited in Notepad.

Is there any sort of tool that will, somehow, automatically edit a .mac file to change the dates to be the last day of the month?

Thanks!

John
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