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In your last message you say this "Am using render tool to output first otherwise it will overide the worksheet generated by the output file tool". Aren't you specifying a separate sheet name for each output? i.e. Render = ...filename|||sheet1, Output=...filename|||Sheet2
Ok, I came up with a solution that works. Have a look at my example below - change the output paths to something on your local machine.
I have a summary table and a transactions table (image 100,000 rows in the transactions table). I create the output for both tabs using report, layout and render tools, but include only one line of data for the transactions table.
The block until done only lets the join tool (with a join condition that will never produce a join) pass the transactions data to the output data tool once the excel file is created with both tabs (I use this trick sometimes when I want to hold data at some point until another part of the workflow is complete). The output data tool then overwrites the transactions tab with the full list of transactions and there is now corrupt file error.
I tried it today and I am able to Render sheets of data and a separate sheet to hold the transaction data. However, when I open the file I get the "we found a problem with some content..." message. My output tool is writing the file to a share drive and it is overwriting the transaction sheet. Have I missed something?