#microsoft is still failing to provide meaningful error message; instead it spews out some opaque numbers and later it finds the audacity to tell us its proprietary malware is "easy to use" https://appuals.com/run-time-error-1004-in-excel/

@schestowitz I remember 1004 from working with VBA 15 years ago 😆 (that was *not* my personal choice of software but it was all my employers at the time (a large corp which didn't permit using FOSS) had available

my workaround (probably a good idea also for Libreoffice or any other advanced spreadsheet with macros) was to create a whole new sheet for your destination data - and that way if your code is not 100% correct, you don't corrupt your original source data..

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