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This macro is specifically oriented to a categorical outcomes. The right way to address continuous outcomes modifying the current Test of Means tool to correct the p-values for multiple comparisons. Since it involves modifying an existing tool, it makes sense to put in a feature request for that.
Here's an example solution that doesn't involve a macro.
Pretend you're managing a telephone marketing campaign. For each lead to be called you have their wireless phone number and their wireline phone number. You want to know if there's a higher proportion of calls with sales made on wireless vs. wireline, and the confidence about if there is a statistically significant difference.
All you to run the workflow are a binary categorical variable (in my case, wireline vs. wireless contact number) and a Boolean response code (in my case, sale made on the call or not).