Invalid Value Error on Lotus

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My problem concerns about Lotus 1-2-3. A series of errors occurred when saving files of different types. To resolve the issue, I created this simple macro: {file-save "X";"Lotus 1-2-3 (WK4)"} But it produces an error message: Invalid value. {FILE-SAVE}{A:F20} Check to be sure that: number arguments are numeric and text arguments are syntactically-correct text. arguments that require labels or values are not blank. If I leave out file-type, the macro will work. Otherwise, changing the file-type to CSV or XLS will get the same error message. How can I fix it?

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Invalid Value Error on Lotus

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The problem is with the format that you are using to create the macro. Note that a slightest mistake made in the macro will make not to work, or may produce results but they will not be the right results. Therefore I will suggest that you review the macros that you just created.

The following is a sample macro that works perfectly, and I will suggest that you use it.

{file-save "X.WK4";"1-2-3 (WK4)"}

Just change the format that of the one that you had created before to suit the one that I have given you above, or just copy and paste it and see if it will work for you.

-Clair Charles

 

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