Ido Millet of Millet software has added a new feature to Visual Cut. Visual Cut is one of the products in my desktop scheduling tools list. Now, when you export to Excel you can now have Visual Cut automatically invoke an existing Macro. The Macro can be in the target file (if you are replacing data in a file) or in a completely separate file. This means, for example, that you can export data to replace an existing tab in a workbook, and then automatically invoke a macro to make changes to the replacement data. If you have a specific use for a feature like this, I would like to hear from you.
For more information about Visual Cut and a comparison to other tools in this category, see my annual review of desktop schedulers.