PyInstaller .exe terminal window won't stay open or accept input

I'm pretty new and this is my first time using PyInstaller, but from the documentation I figured it would be pretty straightforward. I've created a pretty simple program that loads an Excel file, edits it with inputs from the user, then saves it. This works fine when I run it through Spyder, but after compiling with PyInstaller, I'm not able to input anything. The terminal window pops up very quickly, but I don't see any print or input statements on it in that time. From what I've read, it should work, and I even tried some solutions like using a shortcut's target, like I saw here. I was hoping to do this without a GUI as it only requires a couple of inputs, but may go that way if this doesn't work.

The documentation says:

"By default the bootloader creates a command-line console (a terminal window in Linux and Mac OS, a command window in Windows). It gives this window to the Python interpreter for its standard input and output. Your script’s use of print and input() are directed here. Error messages from Python and default logging output also appear in the console window."

I'll post the code and the warnings file it generated. So here's the code:

import openpyxl
from openpyxl.utils import get_column_letter
from openpyxl.styles import PatternFill, Border, Side, Font, Alignment

wb = openpyxl.load_workbook('example7.xlsx')
sheet = wb['Sheet1']

day = ''
column = 1
week = ('monday', 'tuesday', 'wednesday', 'thursday',
        'friday', 'saturday', 'sunday')


def sheetStyle(var, day):
    sheet['C' + var].number_format = 'H:MM AM/PM'
    sheet['D' + var].number_format = 'H:MM AM/PM'
    sheet['G' + var].number_format = 'H:MM AM/PM'
    sheet['E' + var].number_format = '#,##0.00'
    sheet['F' + var].number_format = '#,##0.00'
    sheet['G' + var].number_format = '#,##0.00'
    sheet['H' + var].number_format = '[$$]#,##0.00'
    sheet['I' + var].number_format = '[$$]#,##0.00'
    sheet['J' + var].number_format = '[$$]#,##0.00'
    sheet['A' + var] = day
    sheet['B' + var] = input('What is the date? (xx/xx/xxxx): ')
    sheet['C' + var] = input('Enter the time you clocked in (xx:xx): ')
    sheet['D' + var] = input('Enter the time you clocked out (xx:xx): ')
    sheet['E' + var] = '=MOD(D' + var + '-C' + var + ',1)*24'
    sheet['F' + var] = '=E' + var + '-G' + var
    sheet['G' + var] = '=MAX(E' + var + '-8,0)'
    sheet['H' + var] = '=F' + var + '*15'
    sheet['I' + var] = '=G' + var + '*22.5'
    sheet['J' + var] = '=H' + var + '+I' + var


def sheetInput(day=''):
    for i, w in enumerate(week):
        if day == w:
            sheetStyle(str(i + 2), day.capitalize())


sheet['A1'] = 'Day'
sheet['B1'] = 'Date'
sheet['C1'] = 'In'
sheet['D1'] = 'Out'
sheet['E1'] = 'Total Hours'
sheet['F1'] = 'ST Hours'
sheet['G1'] = 'OT Hours'
sheet['H1'] = 'ST Rate'
sheet['I1'] = 'OT Rate'
sheet['J1'] = 'Total Rate'

print('Beep boop...')
print('Running!')

while day not in week:
    day = input('What day of the week is it? ')
    day = day.lower()

while column < 11:
    col = get_column_letter(column)
    sheet.column_dimensions[col].width = 20
    column += 1

thin_border = Border(left=Side(style='thin'),
                     right=Side(style='thin'),
                     top=Side(style='thin'),
                     bottom=Side(style='thin'))

for cells in sheet['A1':'J8']:
    for cell in cells:
        cell.border = thin_border

grayFill = PatternFill(start_color='D0CECE', end_color='D0CECE',
                       fill_type='solid')
whiteFill = PatternFill(start_color='FFFFFF', end_color='FFFFFF',
                        fill_type='solid')
bold = Font(bold=True)
leftalign = Alignment(horizontal='left')
rightalign = Alignment(horizontal='right')

for cells in sheet['A1':'J8']:
    for cell in cells:
        cell.fill = grayFill
        cell.alignment = rightalign
for cell in sheet[1]:
    cell.fill = whiteFill
    cell.font = bold
    cell.alignment = leftalign
for cell in sheet['A']:
    cell.fill = whiteFill
    cell.font = bold
    cell.alignment = leftalign

for d in week:
    if d == day:
        sheetInput(day)

wb.save('example7.xlsx')

And the warnings:

missing module named resource - imported by posix, D:\Users\D\Desktop\Python\timexcell.py
missing module named posix - imported by os, D:\Users\D\Desktop\Python\timexcell.py
missing module named _posixsubprocess - imported by subprocess, D:\Users\D\Desktop\Python\timexcell.py
missing module named readline - imported by cmd, code, pdb, D:\Users\D\Desktop\Python\timexcell.py
excluded module named _frozen_importlib - imported by importlib, importlib.abc, D:\Users\D\Desktop\Python\timexcell.py
missing module named _frozen_importlib_external - imported by importlib._bootstrap, importlib, importlib.abc, D:\Users\D\Desktop\Python\timexcell.py
missing module named _winreg - imported by platform, D:\Users\D\Desktop\Python\timexcell.py
missing module named _scproxy - imported by urllib.request
missing module named java - imported by platform, D:\Users\D\Desktop\Python\timexcell.py
missing module named 'java.lang' - imported by platform, D:\Users\D\Desktop\Python\timexcell.py, xml.sax._exceptions
missing module named vms_lib - imported by platform, D:\Users\D\Desktop\Python\timexcell.py
missing module named termios - imported by tty, D:\Users\D\Desktop\Python\timexcell.py, getpass
missing module named grp - imported by shutil, tarfile, D:\Users\D\Desktop\Python\timexcell.py
missing module named _dummy_threading - imported by dummy_threading, D:\Users\D\Desktop\Python\timexcell.py
missing module named 'org.python' - imported by copy, D:\Users\D\Desktop\Python\timexcell.py, xml.sax
missing module named pwd - imported by posixpath, shutil, tarfile, http.server, webbrowser, D:\Users\D\Desktop\Python\timexcell.py, netrc, getpass
missing module named org - imported by pickle, D:\Users\D\Desktop\Python\timexcell.py
missing module named lxml - imported by openpyxl.xml
missing module named 'lxml.etree' - imported by openpyxl.xml.functions
missing module named pandas - imported by openpyxl.compat.numbers
missing module named numpy - imported by openpyxl.compat.numbers
missing module named PIL - imported by openpyxl.drawing.image
missing module named Image - imported by openpyxl.drawing.image
missing module named tests - imported by openpyxl.reader.excel