I created a simple Macro that cleans some data from an excel file that generated from ServiceNow every month. The Macro simply formats some fields, creates columns, splits data in one column to two columns and sorts the data. Here is the current code, I know the code isn't optimized but I am under a time constraint to get this done.
When I open the excel file that gets generated each month, "Monthly MIM Summary" and try to run the macro using the shortcut, the macro will not execute, but if I go into VB and select Run from the menu bar it executes without any issues. At first I thought the shortcut wasn't running because the source file I was opening was in [Read-Only]. So I saved the source file as "Monthly MIM Summary 1" and tried to use the macro using the shortcut and it still did not execute, but again if I go into VB and select Run from the menu bar it executes without any issues.
My goal is that I want to share this macro with a new employee who will be taking over this task from me and I would like him to be able to open the source file "Monthly MIM Summary" hit the shortcut command and the macro is run for him.
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