Copying Data From Multiple Worksheets To A Master Worksheet
Jun 22, 2009
I have a workbook with multiple worksheets. Each worksheet is a set o data from a certain year. I want to create a macro that automatically copies the data from these worksheets into a master worksheet that can easily be used to make a pivot table.
I have to input information into a master worksheet which contains data (employee names, location, start date and client) that then needs to be repeated in several other sheets. I want to input the data into a master worksheet and then automatically populate the other sheets with the data. If the data could then be filterable on each sheet that would be good.
I am searching for a formula or simple macro to select text data from column named "SM NAME" to corresponding worksheet. I need this to populate as many worksheets as there are SM Names. ( there are usually 10 SMs)
For Example in the Master Data there are Several SM names listed. I need to extract the "ID" and "Agent" columns in the Master and populate into the workshhet with the Approriate name tab. The Master list changes regularly.
I have a master page with A1 containing the names of staff members and then 5 columns indicating preference1 .... preference5. Each preference column will have one 4 digit site code i.e. 8156 entered. I will have 64 worksheets matching all potential 4 digit site codes that could be entered in the preferences columns.
SAMPLE - one staff member entering 5 site codes (A1 to A6)
Billy Bloggs - 8124 - 8456 - 8456 - 8123 - 8882
What I am looking for is a way to autocopy the persons name to the appropriate worksheet and into the correct preference column as I enter the 4 digit code against the staff members name on the master sheet.
I have a work book with prob close to a thousand individual work sheets in it. I have a goup of cells that are the same in ever work sheet that I would like to pull and place into a master work sheet. I dont want to copy and paste each one, I'd be a hundred before I finished and I dont have that kind of time. Im thinking a macro might be what I need but Im not very good with useing them let alone making one to fit me needs.
i have a worksheet that has information filled in columns A-N and rows 3-7262 (not including title and labels)
i need a macros that will separate this data into multiple worksheets based on the word in Column A; these words could be HDA, CCR/NHT, GRU/ATU (essentially dividing this data up by area name, there will be 14 worksheets)
i would also like to be able to update this master worksheet and have it be reflected in the multiple worksheets that are divided by their areas.
I have tweaked this code in order to accomplish my requirement. I have in all 35 worksheets in a workbook. Out of 35 sheets, 31 worksheets are infact the 31 days of the month starting from 1st July to 31st July. What I want to do is copy and append all the rows in column A (starting from row 2) of all these 31 worksheets into one master worksheet. Basically, appending the rows in col A from all the worksheets together in master worksheet.
Dim wAppend As Worksheet, wSheet As Worksheet Dim LastRow As Long
Set wAppend = Worksheets("Master")
For Each wSheet In Worksheets If wSheet.Name wAppend.Name Then
End Sub This code when run gives me a Debug error "Object variable or with block variable not set". I did a research for this error on Google and most of the answers are in reference to using ADO Recordsets. I am not even distinctly using a Recordset in this example.
I'm making a Excel list for trading cards (MTG) and I've divided it into different worksheets in order to sort it by the color of the cards (not really important I guess).
The issue I have is that I want it to copy certain columns (in this case C3:C1000, F3:F1000, G3:1000 ) from almost all of the worksheets into a new worksheet where it should paste them into column A, B and C.
In two of the worksheets it's also different (C3:C1000 , G3:G:1000, H3:H1000).
I've seen many where you copy one range from multiple worksheets, and that would've been okay I guess if not those two worksheets were different. I'd prefer not to change them, and I'd also prefer if I could've gotten just the information I needed also. Is this possible to do?
I have 2 different worksheets having similar format (header rows/columns) but different data (values). I need to pull out these data based on their values, means if cell is blank leave that cell and move on, but if cell has some value then pull that value with its corresponding row & column headers to place into a simple table to further use it for PivotTable. The number of rows and columns are equal in both worksheets.
So basically, the proposed function will run a check on both worksheets within a specific range of cells for their values and if not blank, it will fetch that cell value along with its relevant row header and column header and place all these attributes into the destination worksheet.
Hope I am quite clear with my query. with the required function to ease my life?
I have a master workbook with 20 worksheets. 5 worksheets in the worksbook are distributed to field reps, but the remaining 15 worksheets are not. What is the best practice for receiving the 5-worksheet workbook from the field rep and importing the data into the 20-worksheet master workbook? If I merely use Copy Sheet I am able to copy the worksheets into the master workbook but then I have to remove the pathname references in each of the copied worksheets in order to map the data in the master workbook - which is quite cumbersome.
I have an identical worksheet for all the days of the month - i.e. the May workbook has 30 identical worksheets. I am wanting to pull only certain rows from each worksheet onto a master. Something like - copy row from all worksheets where that rows cell "D" has any value other than " ".
I have used the following macro to pull all the data from every sheet onto a master - but i don't want all the data - just the qualifying data.
Sub Combine() Dim J As Integer
On Error Resume Next Sheets(1).Select Worksheets.Add ' add a sheet in first place Sheets(1).Name = "ALL"
I am not sure what the range "A1" is - i am thinking i can modify it to only grab certain rows.
I'm getting reports in an Excel file with more then 30 worksheets. All of them have the same structure. I would like to add them all in one single sheet and to place the source "sheet name" in the last column. All sheets have 12 columns with different number of rows (between 1 and 100). First row in each sheet is the header of the table.
Attached is a master metrics deck, where data needs to be refreshed every week, from two different workbooks.
The catch is, the two parent workbooks would be new versions every week (data would be same format, and style within), but file name would change each week, for eg: for 1st workbook, 'XXX_Weekly_Week24.xlsx' to 'XXX_Weekly_Week25.xlsx' and so on.
for 2nd workbook, 'YYY_Weekly_Week24.xlsx' to 'YYY_Weekly_Week25.xlsx' and so on.
In the master metrics deck, a consolidated vew of some of data from workbook 1 and workbook 2 is presented for each week.
This master file would remain same, and only be refreshed each week (preferably with a button on its sheet "REFRESH!!")
Next, need to manually change cells C2:G2 each week to reflect week titles correctly.
For e.g.: week6 would show week 1 through week 5, but during week7, it needs to show week 2 to week 6. Only last five weeks of data any given time.
The first datarows of each set are conditionally formatted (they are compared with other rows in the set and need to reflect danger values, good values etc) (I have done that already).
I have a file with a roughly 20 workbooks. I need to split the data in each workbook into two sheets, rename each sheet, then export the data to template with multiple sheets. After splitting the data into the appropriate sheets in the original workbook, Sheet1 in has only 1 row (plus header) and needs to be transferred to "Project Entry" in the template; Sheet2 can have any number of rows (less than 100) and needs to be transferred to "Activity Entry" in the template. I need to save the template based on the value of cell A1 on "Project Entry" sheet of the template. The organization of the columns in the original workbooks is different than that of the template, so this is not a straight copy and paste operation. The cell formatting in the template must be retained.
I have half of this under wraps. I've cobbled together some code that splits the original data where I need it split, copies it to new sheets and saves the files. I now need to figure out out to get it out of this saved file and into the template.
The crosswalk of values between the original data (Sheet1) and the template(Project Entry) needs to look like the below. So, variable 1 exists in column B of the original and needs to populate column B of the template, and column Q in the original needs to populate column G in the template. The variables and column relationships are different for Sheet2/Activity Entry.
I have four worksheets and they are named: P (the master spreadsheet), and then A, G, and S (which, combined, should contain all the values on P). These spreadsheets are identically formatted. Column A in each spreadsheet has a Name, and column B has a quantity associated with that name. There are no column titles or headers.
Basically, I need to ensure A, G and S role up into P.
I'd like to create a macro that will identify instances where Column A (the Name) on the master spreadsheet has a match with Column A (the name) on any other spreadsheet. Then when there is a match, I want to reconcile Columns A (the names) and B (the quantities) on the master spreadsheet against its corresponding values on the other spreadsheets. In my ideal scenario, a new worksheet would be created showing:
Column A: Contains the values from Spreadsheet P, Column A
Column B: Contains the value from Spreadsheet P, Column B
Column C: Blank
Column D: Contains any matching value to Spreadsheet P, Column A, but otherwise states "No Match"
Column E: Lists the corresponding value to Column D, but otherwise states "No Match"
Column F: Equals Column B minus Column E, but otherwise states "No Match"
I've tried applying examples from other threads but they are so customized/specific to people's individual needs that I've been unable to make them work for my more simplistic example above.
I'm having trouble making a master worksheet that imports data from a set of worksheets that are in the same file directory.
Basically, I have about 200 or so rate sheets and I need to get them all into one master worksheet so that way I can run different data and graphs without manually typing each one into the master worksheet.
I've not really new to excel; however I am new to VBA and I'm assuming that's what I need to use??
I've now uploaded all the correct files that I'm using.
Attached: RC1272.xls Master RCF Report.xls
I need to find a way to import the info RC1272 and others alike into the master file. In reality, I'll have about 150-200 "RC" to get moved over.
What stuff that I need to move from the individual RC files are highlighted in YELLOW in the RATESHEET tab
Here's a list of the items that I need moved over from RateSheet (from top to bottom and left to right) to the master file
Provider Name: Column B Provider Number: Column D OSS/IPC Resident days: Column F Total Resident Days: Column G Total Provider Beds: Column E Total Allowance Days: Column H...........................
-Master worksheet copy/populate child worksheets at the press of a button or automatically if possible. -If copy pasting, it needs to overwrite the original data and not just duplicate it underneath in the child sheets. -I tried using the code from "[URL] ......" but could not tweak it quite how I wanted. -Any unique values without a child sheet, just ignore and leave in the master sheet or ideally add them into their own child sheet
I have multiple other macros going. Some details about my sheet:
-My table headers and filters come down to "A13:R" -All my information starts on "A14:R" which is what I want sorted. All of my worksheets have the same heads/locations. -The column "I" is where I want to take my info for sorting from. For example "I14" = grapes, "I15" = apple, "I16" = grapes. etc. So i would like all the apple rows to automatically go to the "apple" worksheet and the grape rows to the "Grape" worksheet.
I am collecting data from 6 locations for the quarter and combining the information into a corp worksheet. Each quarter I need to copy information from 6 different files and paste it into the master file worksheet. The sheet I need to copy is named Substandard. The amount of information changes from each location (ie one may have 10 rows one 50 rows) so the number of the row to paste it into the master sheet changes. I would like a macro that opens the file Location1 copies the information from the substandard sheet opens the Master file pastes the information into the Substandard sheet closes the Location1 file, and repeats the process for all 6 locations. I would end up with all infomation in the Master file substandard sheet. I know how to manually record a macro to do this but the numer of the row to paste it into varies on the Master sheet depending on the amount of information from each location.
I have a workbook with 6 worksheets inside; One of the sheets is a master list; it's simply the other 5 sheets compiled into 1 big one. I need to set it up so that any new data entered into the 5 separate department sheets is automatically entered onto the master sheet, in the first blank row.
The columns are the same across all the sheets. Hopefully this will be easier for the pros here than it's been for me, I've been banging my head against the wall on this one. I'll be checking this thread religiously, so if you need any more information just let me know...
How do I write a vb macro that copies everything from multiple files, including sheets within files, and puts them into one master file. Here's what I have so far. I used a script from gnaga that worked great but it didn't copy seperate sheets. If you can help me out, I would greatly appreciate it.
Sub MergeSheets() Dim SrcBook As Workbook Dim fso As Object, f As Object, ff As Object, f1 As Object
Application.ScreenUpdating = False Set fso = CreateObject("Scripting.FileSystemObject") Set f = fso.Getfolder("C:Temp") Set ff = f.Files
I have been at this for days and i can't quite get it right. I have multiple worksheets of clients all formatted the same. I need a Macro/VBA that will take from Each sheet onto a master sheet the Name of the Client(Cell I1 from the sheet) Under the name I need the text Authorization #: then the data(C3) Under that I need the text Dates of Service Expiration: then the data (D5) Then the text 90801 Balance: then the data from (C30) Then the text 90806 Balance: then the data from (F30) Then the text 90847 Balance: then the data from (I30) Then the text 90853 Balance: then the data from (L30)
Then a couple Spaces then the same exact data from the next sheet...till all the work sheets are done.....is it possible?
Dave responded by suggesting the following:
Sub CopyFromAllSheetsButMaster() Dim wSheet As Worksheet Dim wsMaster As Worksheet
Set wsMaster = Worksheets("Master")
For Each wSheet In Worksheets If UCase(wSheet.Name) <> "MASTER" Then With wSheet .Range("I1").Copy _ Destination:=wsMaster.Cells(Rows.Count, "A").End(xlUp)(2, 1) 'More Copy Method code here End With End If Next wSheet End Sub...
I am trying to consolidate multiple worksheets in one workbook into one master worksheet in the same workbook. Problem is though that the headings in the multiple worksheets are not excatly the same. Ie. some may have one or two additional headings (other than that they should be the same).
How can this be done or is this a manual process of headings alignment before any consolidation can be done?
I wanted to know if there is any way possible to get vba to insert a formula in a cell to each worksheet in each workbook in a folder and then using loop to extract all the info from each worksheet of each workbook in same folder into a master workbook?
I'm using Excel 2010. I have a workbook that has six or seven worksheets in it. Each worksheet has a header row, and then lists of clients at the clinic where I work. The columns are last name, first name, medicaid #, social security #, DOB. We use these lists every month to verify that each client has Medicaid for the month. Therefore, there are also columns with names like April, May, June where we mark yes or no for each client. Some of the worksheets also have information about the clients' guardian, phone number, etc., but not every worksheet has those. (I can't show you the worksheets b/c of federal privacy laws, of course.)
I really, really want a worksheet that's a master list of the data from each of the existing worksheets, and I'd like to keep it synced to the source worksheets. I'd love it if I could also add a column telling me which of the source worksheets the data originally came from.
I've tried a few things to make it happen, but nothing has worked.
I've tried using the Consolidate function built into Excel as well, but that only works with numbers, not text, and it wants to manipulate the numbers instead of just copying them over.
I've found several macros online that should have worked (including one from this site) but that I wasn't able to install to my worksheet. I followed all the steps for installation, and throught it worked, but when I went back to the Excel file to run the macro, the list of available macros remained emptpy.
Is it possible that corporate IT has disabled the ability to install macros? Is there somewhere in Options were I need to go to turn Macros on?
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.