There are two main causes for this error, and they both have to do with the file path in your macro.
- The macro file paths only accept two slashes between folders, not one.
- For instance if you have a file "C:\export\fndstat.txt" when typing out a macro it must have two slashes for each one slash and be typed as follows: "C:\\export\\fndstat.txt".
- The second cause is if you have a space in the beginning or end of your file path.
- Using the example above, you will get an error if a space is inserted between the starting quotation and the "C", or after the "t" and the ending quotation.
- Invalid: " C:\\export\\fndstat.txt"