Because I can't even get the PICkit 3 to build, I'm using Oshonsoft's assembler and getting successful hex files with no errors reported. I realise that doesn't necessarily mean that the program will work as I want, but it seems to be in a form that a programmer or simulator could handle. Oshonsoft's "PIC simulator" does a half-decent job on my code, but can't handle the DAC. Initially, it's simulation I need, so that I can check registers are storing correct values. For example, the 12F752 has 4 memory banks, so I realise I can easily miss selection of the correct Bank. That's where the simulator is invaluable.The tables weren't a problem at all. The problems were getting the correct chip number, formatting the code, and the configuration. For whatever reason, MPLab 8.92 didn't like the bit names. That could also have been a case sensitivity issue. When I test code like this, I usually just do it as a "Quickbuild" and don't set up a project.