I came across the following code, which does exactly what i want. It opens up all workbooks in a specified folder, and consolidates these into one. Each worksheet data is added below that of the previous workbook.
I have changed this to suit my workbook which has the header rows starting in row 6, but is now giving an error due ot the copy area not being the same size as the past area. It appears to be copying columns A:M and trying to paste this into the main workbook in columns A:N.
I have same kind of file stored in a folder every day. For example an expense statement that is being pulled every day has sheet tabs Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri. Every day it gets stored in a particular folder. I need to consolidate for say 4 weeks. All sheet tabs look alike. I need to consolidate all mondays, all tuesday sheets ... in a master work book.
I have been working on this project for some time and still haven't got anywhere with it. What I am essentially trying to do is create a master summary workbook where by you press a button to activate a chunk of VBA that will grab the same range of data from multiple workbooks but also multiple sheets in those workbooks, only problem is the number of sheets in each workbook are constantly changing so I need first find some way of accessing a closed workbooks, then I need a way of looping through a segment of code that will look into approximately 10 workbooks all with a different number of sheets and taking a fixed range of cells out of each sheet and for every workbook make a new tab and paste the information in that tab then move onto the next workbook, find the number of tabs (missing out the first 3 tabs of every workbook) and copy and paste the fixed range from each tab onto a new tab the summary workbook. I will then have a summary workbook with a number of tabs, each one a different workbook with all the data from all the tabs in that workbook, I can then pull that information using formulas or some more VBA into a summary tab on the summary workbook, consolidating all of the information.
how to consolidate multiple workbooks into the master workbook? I need to consolidate 12 workbooks into the master workbook every month. The subsidiaries will report me their figures monthly. Hereby attached one of the subsi, "B Co" reporting package, and the master copy "XYZ Holding Co" how it look like. Hence, may I know how to write a macro so that it will auto update monthly when the subsidiaries return me their reporting package, so that I can auto update in my master copy for tab BS and tab PL.
I was searching through the internet to look for some help with regards to consolidating data from multiple workbooks from different directories into a single worksheet called Summary.
I would like to copy the entire worksheet from different workbooks in different directories into this workbook I like to call Summary. To manually do it I have to open the workbook I want to copy the worksheet from. Right click on the tab and select Move or Copy, select the sheet I want to copy and select the workbook I want to copy this sheet to. Repeat this process for all the workbooks.
The next step is to copy and paste from these sheets into a main summary sheet. The data range from these sheets are starting from row 13 onwards and they may be of different size between Column A to Column W.
For example the workbooks are coming from :
S:Area 1West.xls from worksheet Andy S:Area 1East.xls from worksheet Bill S:Area 1North.xls from worksheet John S:Area 1North.xls from worksheet Albert etc...
I have multiple workbooks in a particular folder. Each workbook has only one worksheet named "Data". I need a VBA script that could open each file in the folder, copy only particular pre-defined cells that have been mentioned in the script, and then place it one below the other on a new sheet.
Ex, if the pre-defined cell is A2, C6, and D7. I want the code to open all the sheets in the folder one by one, copy A2, C6, and D7 of each workbook opened, and paste it one below the other on the new workbook that is running the macro.
As an add-on, it would also be great if the next column cud carry the file name of from which workbook the information was picked out.
The result thus in the new workbook wud be like...
A2's data | C6's data | D7's data | File Name Andrew Male Married march3.xls Peter Male Un-Married march4.xls Susan Female Divorced april2.xls
On about 30 worksheets I have lists of names. These names are changed and added to now and then. I would like them to automatically populate a worksheet called "list". Preferably the names of every sheet with a blank cell at the bottom. The whole work book is about 60 worksheets.
I have attached an example of a Trail Balance workbook that shows monthly tabs and a summary tab. Column A&B is just a small sample of the Account #'s and Account description for each month. Obviously i can just Sum the different sheets on the summary page. However, the issue i have is that on the complete detailed sheet (over 200 rows/accounts down) that i have to complete columns A&B don't match up exactly and have added accounts in them or removed. So i need a way to consolidate all sheets in to a summary page making sure all accounts are listed on the summary page along with values summed into the various columns.
I have the following macro, however I am struggling to make it work on my file:
I have attached my sample. essentially i have the dec, jan etc month tabs to consolidate into the summary sheet. i would like the data to be dumped from both sheets into the summary sheets. i will be adding a feb, march, april etc tabs as the year progresses.
I would also like column A in the summary sheet to repeat the name of the sheet the data is being retrieved from.
writing a macro that could save me loads of time. In the attached file there are 2 separate sheets of data ( named "Elements Innovation" and "Dinttap") that I need copied, pasted, transposed and consolidated into one master sheet (named "Desired result"). Note that the fields that relevant cells are highlighted in yellow. In reality I'll have many (~100) of these sheets that I need the data extracted from, and the work looks like it can be automated using VBA to speed things up.
my macro comes up with an error on the Consolidate line that says 'Cannot add duplicate source reference'. I have a workbook with a variable number of tabs and I want to consolidate-sum (not copy and paste) the data from the various sheets onto a summary sheet within the same workbook. I'm at the point where it all works fine until it hits Consolidate.
Option Explicit Sub ConsolidateExport() ' ' ConsolidateExport Macro
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 need to create a macro that pull in data from various spreadsheets, all with the same layouts, but with different file names and different worksheet names, into on master worksheet. The data should drop in after the title line and then continue on after each data set has copied.
I have a long task ahead of me and hope that someone may be able to assist in shortening it a little....?
I have a directory with circa 200 workbooks which have filenames that are dates in the format dd.mm.yy. The workbooks all contain just 1 sheet. I need to move each of the sheets into one master workbook and title each sheet with the old filename.
I need a macro code to combine data from 2 different workbooks to a new workbook.
See attachments for ease of understanding.
Note: - Data in sheet1 of both book1 and book2 should be pasted in a new book (eg: book3) - The result I am looking for is like sheet2 of book1 (colour differentiation done for ease of understanding and not required to be implemented in the code). Also since I could attach only 2 books, I have pasted the desired result in sheet2 of book1. - Also note that headings of book1, book2 and the resultant book3 will be same. - Both book1 and book2 are stored in the same folder (im not sure if this info helps) - It is important to note that data keeps changing and new rows will be added in either book1 or book2. So when I refresh the resultant book3, it should add these rows that were previously missing. - First it should paste all data from book1 (old and new rows), then it should paste all data from book2 (old and new rows). - I think the sheet2 of book1 will help you to understand what I mean by the above note.
The above exercise is for me to get a logic. In the actual scenario, there are more than 2 books to pull the data from. And also there are more than 20 columns to pick data from.
I have several workbooks that supervisors in a call center use to grade calls for quality.
Each supervisor has a seperate workbook, and after scoring the call, the supervisor runs a vb script that copies all of the data from the worksheet "observation" onto "sheet1" for storing the data.
So now I want to use another workbook to:
1. Copy each sheet1 from all of the supervisor workbooks onto a sheet named "cumulative" in a different workbook.
In a perfect world it would also: 2. Keep a count of how many observations were done by each supervisor each day 3. Keep a count of how many have been done week to date 4. Keep a count how many have been done total since January 1, 2009
Each workbook is kept on a network drive at s:supervisorsqadata and named - for example QAformMelissa.xls
I'm okay with keeping the master sheet in the same directory if that makes it easier to accomplish this.
I am trying to do is to combine multiple sheets from multiple workbooks if in the created parameters table it has a 'y' next to it. (So you can specify which workbooks to copy from and which worksheets to copy from) - please see example file to get a better understanding.
Example file: Master
What I have is a parameters table which defines which workbook/worksheet to look in (please see attachment) on the 'parameters' worksheet.
I also have a 'raw data' worksheet within the same workbook where I want the combined data to go.
File a.xls/b.xls/c.xls etc
Theses are the workbooks where all the data is held which I want to combine, each workbook is the same, just different 'data'. - they are all in the same path too.
In the first column in the parameters table I have the available workbooks: a.xls b.xls c.xls etc and next to it a 'y' or 'n' - 'y' if I want to copy data from that workbook or a 'n' if I don’t.
In the second column in the parameters table I have the available worksheets: sheet1 sheet2 sheet3 etc and next to it a 'y' or 'n' - 'y' if I want to copy data from that worksheet or a 'n' if I don’t.
In the attached example I have code which loops through each file a,b,c dependent whether it has a y/n next to it but I need some code to get it to copy data from the specified sheets in the second column (if it has a Y next to it) in the parameters table to the raw data worksheet in the master workbook with the filename of where the data came from in column A (eg A.xls).
I have a created a main workbook with a macro that opens workbooks on a particular sheet from a list of workbook paths and filenames in the main workbook. The macro are suppose to copy the sheet and paste it into a sheet with a new name that I have defined from the list in the main workbook. I can get the macro to open the workbooks and close them. But I can't get the macro to copy the sheet into the main workbook.
I have attached the code and the workbook. I used slet_ark to delete previous sheet and hentark and henttekstfil to open the different workbooks.
The code I use are:
Public Sub Slet_ark() Dim ark() As Variant Dim Counter As Long Dim FirstSheet As Long Dim LastSheet As Long
I have to maintain a weekly tracker for my team. 13 team members will send me thir trackers every trackers every week and I need to consolidate all of them into 4 weekly and 1 monthly tracker. is there a macro which can facilitate this compilation of 13 excel workbooks into one new worksheet? all worksheets will be similar i.e will have same # of columns but can have different # of rows.
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 directory with multiple workbooks. Each workbook contains multiple sheets (sheet 1, sheet 2, etc). On each sheet of the workbook, there are various data. The data I am looking to extract from these sheets are in the same cell of each sheet. (See data sheet –datasheet.xls). If I can extract these data without opening the file, it would be preferred. Otherwise, opening the workbook, extract the data, and then close the workbook is acceptable.
I would like the assistance to create a macro that will extract data from each sheet of the workbook in the directory at a time until all the workbooks and sheets within the directory are read. The macro shall extract data from cell B5, B6, B10:B20, and sheet name from each sheet of the workbook and copy these data to an active sheet called “US” on workbook, DesireResult.xls. The DesireResult.xls shows how the data should be copied over. Before copying the data to the DesireResult.xls workbook, the macro will prompt the user to enter a cell on the “US” sheet as the starting point to paste the information to. Prompting the user to enter the beginning cell shall happen only once and not for each workbook or sheet being read. The reason for this is because the “US” sheet will already have other data in it. After reading each sheet, the macro shall leave a blank row at the end. The data from the next sheet shall be pasted below the blank row. Note: all the workbooks contain macro and link to other file. When opening each workbook, the macro should automatically choose not to update the links.
I need to consolidate/summarize specific rows from various workbooks into a summary sheet on a new workbook. I get a daily workbook, and am currently manually copying and pasting the rows I need at the end of the month into a summary sheet.
All of the workbooks are in the same folder. All of the workbooks contain data in Sheet1 only, all have the same header row (A). I need to find and copy the entire row based on two values in column AH. If the column contains JAN LA or JAN LA 125, then I need to copy that entire row into my new summary sheet. Not all of the workbooks will contain data for me, but most will.
I have been trying some of the macros I found on here to try to copy every Sheet1 from all workbooks, but I can't get it to work. I was then going to filter through the data to find the ones I need. If I can get it to copy only the rows I need instead of the entire sheet,
this may or may not be easy for some of you but its driving me nuts. Here's what I need to do.
1.Create a new workbook
2.Cycle through multiple workbooks and all worksheets within each workbook (all in the same folder). All workbooks will have the same structure.
3.Take the worksheet names and put them in rows
4.Take the data from the first column (column A) from the first worksheet of the first workbook and put them across the top (i.e. transpose the data). The first column will be the same in all workbooks so it doesn't matter where I get it from.
5.Copy the data from column E from each worksheet and paste them in rows in the new workbook (again transpose) corresponding to each worksheet.
6. Perform simple mathematical calculations at the end of each row.
I expect to have approximately 26 workbooks with a total of 7000 worksheets. In the target workbook (i.e. the new one), I expect there to be 7000 rows (corresponding to the 7000 worksheets) and about 260 columns.
The only reason I need to transpose stuff is because Excel 2007 doesn't have 7000 columns.
Here's an example of what it would look like. Example worksheet (Input)- Worksheet ABC Col A Col E 1/1/2004 $25 1/8/2004 $30 1/15/2004 $15
Imagine another worksheet called LMN with the same ColA but different values in Col E.
Output workbook ColA Columns B Column C Column D Sheet 1/1/2004 1/8/ 2004 1/15/2004 ABC $25 $30 $15 LMN $xxx $yyy $zzz
can i consolidated all my sheet into 1 Consolidated Sheet by one sheet information below another. To make it clear i am showing the result how it should appear and what if the sheet is another workbook how would i write the path.
i have a workbook with multiple spreadsheets A1, A2, A3, A4, ...... and I have information in each table, i need a macro to select the range of information and consolidate them into another file, ie the macro would say:
I have three sheets viz AR , AP, TR where I am capturing the monthly maturities for AP and TR and monthly collections in AR sheet.
All the sheets have same number of columns , the common factor between this three sheets are
1) the status column which contains two status cleared and Not cleared and 2) bank where I have different banks
I need to apply two conditions in the first sheet (named consolidate sheet ) where in the user will select first condition as criteria and the second condition as bank , based on this two criteria all the related information should get consolidated from (AR,AP,TR) sheets to the consolidated sheets
I may add more sheets in the future , it should take that also into account
I was able to apply the first condition that of criteria but need setting up the second condition of Bank .