Take the macro for a test drive by doing these things.
(1) Get a suitable dataset to use, one having cognitive items (e.g. multiple choice items)
Note1: only 100 or so data records are needed for a test run - if the dataset has more, get into the Data worksheet and insert a new row after record 102 or thereabouts - whenever Lertap encounters an empty row in the Data sheet it thinks it has come to the end of the records. You would insert after row 102 because row 102 has the 100th data record; the first two rows in the Data sheet are "headers".
Note2: users with the Mini version don't need to worry about having at most 100 data records - should there be more, the Mini version will ignore them automatically. Handy.
(2) Run the "Interpret" option
This will produce the Freqs report.
(3) Run the "Elmillon" option
This makes the Stats reports, Stats1f, Stats1b, Stats1ul.
(4) Run the "Item scores and correlations" option from the Run menu
It makes an IStats worksheet.
(5) Run the RaschAnalysis1 macro via the Macs menu under the Move+ menu
If the RaschAnalysis1 macro is not listed in the Macs menu, it will be necessary to edit the System worksheet so that it becomes part of the macros list.