I was surprised to get something on this topic.
It was back in 2007 when I last contributed.
I guess you now have the MacroScheduler downloaded as a demo version?
The demo may not have the scripting tools.
I tried recently to open Navision and then run a report but could not get it to open Navision.
I am now on a contract away from home so not able to look into this for the moment.
It may be worth trying to get hold of an earlier version that does not need a licence or find another product to do the job.
The problem I have is that the client is running an application that closes the Navision session if there has been no activity for 1/2 hour so using the internal timer may not be any good. I need to look into this or get some help from the users to firstly know if you can “keep the session open” in some way and then to kick off a number of reports.
The real problem is that you need to pass filters to the reports based on dates and so on. I suppose the starting form or report could hold that as variables.
I have never used the timer function so can’t help with that. I may get some more info but probably not for several weeks unless the client asks for it before.