Combine Multiple Files Into One Workbook (single Worksheet)
Apr 12, 2007
I've pieced together code from a number of solutions on the forum and figured out how to find the files I need to process, but can't seem to figure out the code to actually combine/append each worksheet into a single one. I've searched the "sea of options" on this forum and managed to do one thing well. Pardon all my notes embedded in the code below, but if I don't do it that way, I'll only confuse myself further (which is easily accomplished) ... or lose my notes!
I’m going to run this code from an add-in menu, which is already created and working (yeaah!) … so (I think) I need to have the code either create a file named "Master (Combined).xls" in the target folder ... or ... have a file already created in MYFOLDER and have this code delete all but the header row when the file is opened(???) The "Master (Combined).xls" workbook needs to consist of one worksheet named "Master". I want it to open the current workbook (.foundfiles(i)), select all the data, and append it to the master workbook on the "Master" worksheet (sheet 1). The Master Worksheet in the Master Workbook needs to start out as a blank sheet ... except for the header row. I can add code to put the headers in at the start, if necessary
' This Will combine all XLS files located in the
' S:DMSMSPOMSMaster POMS NIIN DataMaster EMALL Data FilesEMALL Excel Folder
' into a single worksheet in a newly created (or previously existing) workbook
' LOCATION OF FILES (ACTUAL):
' S:DMSMSPOMSMaster POMS NIIN DataMaster EMALL Data FilesEMALL Excel Folder
Dim i As Integer
Dim wbResults As Workbook
Dim wbCodeBook As Workbook
Application.ScreenUpdating = False
Application.DisplayAlerts = False
Application.EnableEvents = False
' Application.CutCopyMode = False ' DO I HAVE THIS HERE FOR A REASON???
On Error Resume Next
Set wbCodeBook = ThisWorkbook
Const MYFOLDER = "S:DMSMSPOMSMaster POMS NIIN DataMaster EMALL Data FilesEMALL Excel Folder"
' Change path To suit.............................
I am trying to combine ~300 workbooks into one single workbook. All 300 workbooks have the exact same header. I tried using the code from thread http://www.excelforum.com/showthread.php?p=696435 but nothing is being copied over. The only difference between my example and the other is I only need to take data from the first sheet in each data workbook. All the workbooks are located in following directory .....
I receive a daily bath of 6 files (for now lets calls them 1.csv, 2.csv 3.csv etc...)
I have to manually open these select all the data and then paste them into a single worksheet in a different xls file (called master.xls).
I am trying to figure out some vba that will open each .csv file, copy the data and append to the end of worksheet 1 in master.xls. Ideally i would also like it to paste the name of the .csv it has copied the data to in column A of master.xls
Also, the .csv files will not always contain data, occasionally some will be blank.
Both .csv and master.xls will be stored in the same folder.
I've got a single folder for the year 2009 that contains multiple files, identical in nature but updated for each business-day. In other words, the same report is generated daily with updated info. The naming convention is the same for every file (i.e. Daily Net Debt Report 02.2.2009.xls)
My ultimate goal is to have a macro that is dynamic enough that if its run on any given day of the year, it pulls the data (specifically from the worksheet "Detailed Cash" cells C1:E26) from every file included in the folder and places it in a single worksheet in the master file. So, for example, data from 1/2/09 would go into cells A1:C26, data from 1/3/09 would go into cells D1:F26, etc...
I need to use VBA read all historical data files, then, copy all the data from those files to Sheet[FX Historical Data] and Sheet[Position Data] respectively.
First, I copy a code from the text book, which allows me to copy one data files every time. Now, I have only 6 files need to copy, but if there are thousands of files? I try lots of codes but I still cannot find a way to solve my problem.
Second, can I use the function of "folder dialog open" to select the data files I want, and then copy the data inside to Sheet[FX Historical Data] and Sheet[Position Data]?
I have a set of data with 5 columns. The first column is ID. Now I have the same ID recorded several times with different data (in the other 4 columns) against the ID. I want to concatenate the data with the same ID into the same row. The data has already been sorted by ID. If it is the first time this ID appears, record the whole 5 columns. If the ID appears again, then record only the 3rd, 4th and 5th column. When I run my code, I got error 'subscript out of range (Error 9)' . It seems that the array I use has only 5 columns. But I don't know how to modify this.
VB: Sub Patient_Detail() Dim n As Integer 'index of rows to record to Dim i As Integer 'index of column to record from
I am doing financial ratio analysis of a company for five years and I need to show the ratios in a trendline. I have generated seperate line charts for each ratio, but I want to combine the charts and have multiple trendlines for multiple data series in a chart.
I'm looking for a way for Excel to combine formulas together into a more compact form for me.
Attached is a very simple version of what I want, my actual formulas are very complex but I'd still like a way to have them automatically combined into a single cell.
Alternatively, what is a good way to break down a very complicated one-cell formula and still keep things organized?
Here is the one-cell version of a formula I work with.
That formula is difficult to work with in one cell, so on another sheet I have it broken down into parts so that if one part isn't doing what I want I can change it. This takes up a LOT of space because of the other steps I do (the above formula is just one step) and I'd like to combine it together.
Attached File : Excel Formula Combination Question.xlsxâ€Ž
I have a file which contains a list of all employees and the extra vacation time they have purchased by manager. I need to create a separate workbook for each manager saved as whatever is in the Manager Field, in a folder that I specify. I would like to have a VBA macro that does this.
No cells contain formulas, but I do need the formatting to be the same.
I have attached a small sample of the file that needs to be split. Since there are three managers in this file there should be three workbooks created.
The Excel files all start with Availability. After Availability is the date the file was created, followed by .xlsx So example, Availability041012.xlsx
The file has multiple worksheets, but work sheet names are the same in each file. I need data from the "Car Summary By Product Line"
The data from each sheet that I would like to get from each sheet starts in A4 through I4. There are forumlas in several of the cells so would need to be a Paste Special Values type copy.
So code/macro would do this:
Copy row A4:I4 from File Availability041012.xlsx, Worksheet "Car Summary By Product Line" to a row in the Master file
Then repeat for the next file Availability041212.xlsx (this data isn't typically generated on weekends so won't be a consistent date + 1) copied to the next row down on the Master file. This would allow me to chart data for car counts from day to day. It would be really cool to have the file date in Column J so I could chart by date and show a trend, but I know beggers can't be choosers.
I have roughly 200 days with multipule product lines so copying and pasting each one wouldn't be feesible.
I have about 20 workbooks with different file names for different projects all saved in the same folder. Each workbook has about 10 worksheets and each worksheet is named in a similar fashion in each of the 20 workbooks (eg. revenue, cost, variance etc.). I want to pull out a worksheet named ' forecast' from each workbook into a master workbook so that the master workbook would contain the 20 forecast worksheets.
I am looking for some VB to import multiple csv files, stored in a single directory, into a single excel worksheet. However I am looking to also include all or part of the filename, so to differentiate each file.
I've attached an example spreadsheet, inc the below code, of what I am trying to achieve.
Current code is (this parsers all .csv files in the specified folder into a single worksheet):
I have this master file with a list of workbook names in column A on a tab called, conveniently, List. I have saved the master file in the same folder as a number of workbooks where their names match the names on the List.
What I want to do is open the files on the List and copy and move the worksheets to a new workboook. The catch for this is the following (I will use an example):
1. I have 2 workbooks called DS-100 Medicine Admin and DS-101 Medicine Wards 2. I want to take the worksheets from DS-100 and add them in a new workbook 3. Then I want to take the worksheets from DS-101 and add them to the same workbook but AFTER the DS-100 worksheets that were added in step 2 4. Then save this workbook to a folder within the original folder where the files are saved
I have the below code thus far, which opens the DS-100 workbook and copies and moves the worksheets to a new workbook. It doesn't open the DS-101 workbook though. It also saves the new workbook in My Documents rather then the SavePath.
Sub CombineMedicine() Dim Path As String 'string variable to hold path to look through Dim FileName As String 'temporary file name variable Dim Master As Workbook 'this workbook Dim rng As Range
I have a set of excel files that I need to combine into one worksheet. The files have the same number of rows but the number of column will vary. The combined worksheet needs to have the data from each workbook appended to the last column.
I am trying to combine the data of 31 columns into one column on a separate worksheet. The number of pieces of data in each column is different and as a result I am hung up on how to code the macro so that it automatically moves to copying the next column when a blank cell is reached, as it currently copies until it reaches the 100th row and then moves to the next column even though they're blank.
Dim improw As Long, impcolumn As Long, MyCell Dim ws1 As Worksheet, ws2 As Worksheet Dim improw2 As Long, impcolumn2 As Long
Application. ScreenUpdating = False Set ws1 = ThisWorkbook.Sheets("Data") Set ws2 = ThisWorkbook.Sheets("Details")
'paste location on ws2 improw2 = 2 impcolumn2 = 2
There are column headers for the data on ws1 in row 2. The other thing I would like to do if possible is copy these column headers from ws1 onto ws2 by pasting them to the left of each piece of data (impcolumn2 - 1).
I have about 30 Excel files, each with multiple tabs. Each file has a tab called "Invoice." I would like to create one workbook with all 30 Invoice tabs. As of not I am manually copying and pasting, which takes a while. There has to be an easier way, and I found this VB script to combine entire workbooks.
Is there any way I can run this and get just that Invoice tab and not all tabs on all files?
Sub GetSheets() Path = "C:UsersdtDesktopdt kte" Filename = Dir(Path & "*.xls") Do While Filename <> "" Workbooks.Open Filename:=Path & Filename, ReadOnly:=True For Each Sheet In ActiveWorkbook.Sheets Sheet.Copy After:=ThisWorkbook.Sheets(1) Next Sheet Workbooks(Filename).Close Filename = Dir() Loop End Sub
I have groups of folders that I need to extract "Sheet2" from each workbook and assemble them into one workbook. Along the way I want to rename the sheets to the file name (-xls). I have assembled this code so far but it is broken
Sub CombineSheets() Dim sPath As String Dim sFname As String Dim wBk As Workbook Dim wSht As Variant
I have four worksheets that all contain the same header row in row 1, but different data in the data rows. I would like to combine all the data from each of the 4 worksheets into a new (created by code) worksheet named "WS Combine". The worksheet named "Result I want 01" simulates exactly what I want the "WS Combine" worksheet to look like. Can this be done?
The header row, however, only needs to be brought over once (with all formatting intact; ie header pane frozen, yellow, centered & bold).
The Worksheet named "Result I want 02" simulates the second thing I would like to do. This worksheet basically looks at "Result I want 01" and copies ONLY the rows that are RED and BOLD and pastes these rows (along with the header row). This worksheet could be named "Red Totals"
A couple of nuances...
1. The rows that are RED and BOLD in the four original worksheets are not always in the same position. That's because they don't currently populate that way so I wanted to make this as real as possible. Therefore, ideally, code that says "just copy all data from four worksheets" would not be sufficient.
If it's not possible or too involved to have the worksheet named "Result I want 01" reorder the rows this way when copying them over, then having them in any order is fine.
2. I need to keep the font formatting of ALL the rows intact as future code will not work without this formatting retained on the two new worksheets.
3. It is possible that duplicate rows can be created (two worksheets have the same exact data) when combining these four worksheets into one. If this is the case, then either allow that to happen or simply delete the duplicate row, whichever is easier.
I have three workbooks. Every workbook has 50 persons IT information. Those are CPU list, Monitor list, UPS list. I would like to create another workbook. Where all user's IT information will be available. Like X user's information required, under x information his CPU, monitor and UPS information link will be available. How to create link of the CPU, UPS monitor sheets with new workbook?
I need a code to be applied to a VB button that will email out a selected worksheet within the workbook, lets say i need to email out sheet5. Is it possible when the button is clicked to bring up my email client, (it's not Outlook) with the file already attached so i just need to add the email address/adresses?
I wanted to see if it were possible to combine multiple worksheets into one new worksheet, but without duplicating columns with the same heading, enabling the data to fall into the correct column if it's shared in multiple worksheets, and adding columns if their unique. Furthermore, if there are a few "leading" columns, i.e. ones that are shared in every sheet and never move from where they are, to include those as the leading columns in the new sheet. I'm unable to post an attachment, but I'll try to paint a picture. This is on a much smaller scale than intended, but I want to combine Sheet 1 and Sheet 2 to form Sheet 3 (which I've manually copied to look how I would want it to look if the formula/code works properly). Columns A, B, and C are the "leading" columns I was referencing, whereas any of the following columns may or may not be shared in the various worksheets, but should still be included and combined if they're the same. There also might be a different number of columns depending on the sheet. I consider myself somewhat of an intermediate user, and I am familiar with using VBA codes for formulas should that be the proper remedy.
I am trying to combine several workbooks containing data in multiple sheets into a master workbook. All the workbooks have the same number of worksheets. I would like to combine all data in Sheet1 into a new Sheet1, all data from Sheet2 into a new Sheet2, etc.
I have 8 different files all have a set of data in them
each one has a long list of (column a-n) however the number of rows change by date. I need each file copied into the finalfile.xls one after another. in the files that will be merged into the final file the final row i need copied is blank. I have all the copy formulas and everything set, I just need a range to copy that automaticaly takes cell a10 to the first blank a cell from each file and pastes it in the finalfile.xls under the last paste so they dont over write each other.
I have a workbook with about 34 worksheets (one for every day plus a few extras). I have a summary sheet which collates all the data from each other worksheet. I have required a "MAX IF" type array formula on this summary sheet which slows everything down.
Is it possible to have the whole workbook in automatic calculation, but set the 'Summary' sheet to manual calculation when I press F9 or click on a button?
I am trying to quickly transfer all worksheets in a directory into one worksheet listing all worksheet names in the tabs in number order.
The formula have so far is below. But it does not name the individual tabs as the worksheet names in no order.
Sub GetSheets () Path = "Y: Filename = Dir(Path & "*.xls") Do While filename "" Workbooks.Open Filename:=Path & Filename, ReadOnly:=True Sheet.Copy After:=ThisWorkbook.Sheets (1) Next Sheet Workbooks (Filename) . Close Filename = Dir () Loop End Sub
The worksheets appear as follows 1982-001, 1982-003 up to 1982-250 ( I want them in single workbook but as multiple tabs in number order)
I have a series of workbooks which will be completed by different people and emailed back to me and I am looking for a macro that can take them all (they will all be located in the same folder) and reassemble them, so that:
a) the header row (which is the same on each sheet) only appears once in row 1 b) the drop downs and formula remain intact throughout on the reassembled sheet
I've attached some sample sheets, basically I would receive back the sheets, North, South, East and West (although they wouldn't be called that) and I would like to be able to run a macro that results in the sheet called 'All', which maintains the dropdowns and formula. I could either start with a blank sheet for the reassembly or a sheet that only has the header row, either could work.