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I may be in the wrong place, excu

I may be in the wrong place, excu

I may be in the wrong place, excu

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I may be in the wrong place, excuse me if I am. I am creating a wonderware application and I need to create some reports. the reports are Emission tags. I enter the start date and end date on excel form and by using historian wonderware formula (=wwWideHistory3("LEWC2012INSQL", Sheet1!$A$1:$A$10,"Row7",AFStartBinding,AFEndBinding,254,0,0,0,0,3,0,"",3,"",-1,0,"","NoFilter",20480))
I want the user to click on a button and it inputs the emission tags into the next excel row.I have tried something like this ()
But when i run the data it enters just the date field and no emission tag values and deletes the formula in all the cells.Any guidance on the issue would be grateful

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