My situation is the next:
I have one columm with 70000+ rows (starts from B3 to the final).
I need to copy the data every 10 rows and save it in multiple txt files, example:
B3:B12 ----> 00001-00010.txt
B13:B22 ---> 00011-00020.txt
B23:B32 ---> 00021-00030.txt
B33:B42 ---> 00031-00040.txt
and so on.....
the macro (TextMe.xls) of xlite almost does what I am looking for.
But, how to change it in order the macro does what I need?.
I need to create a function which will take a objectname (a query or table) and a file name format
The objective is to export this query or table into multiple text files each with a maximum of 1000 lines per text file. These files are used as an input for SAP - the interface only takes a maximum of 1000 lines per file.
I am having three issues with the code below.
1. How do I split an excel query based on line numbers? Is there a way to get the equivalent of ROW_NUM in oracle ? Or do I have to loop through it and maintain a counter? 2. What is the best way to split the file ? Loop within loop? I need the files to be tab separated (no header required) 3.The rst.RecordCount is acting strange - when I pass a name of the query - the property returns the right no. of rows, however when I pass a any table name it only returns 1 - is this the expected behavior - or am I missing something
Code: Function ExportAsText(strObjectName As String, strFileName As String) As Long ' Purpose: Export any given query, table to mutliple files each of certain length ' the no. of lines per text file is defined by the config parameter SAP UPLOAD, LINE LIMIT PER TEXT FILE ' in the LKUP_CONFIG database
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I need a macro that can automatically export the cell data for each row from Column A--> O into it's own seperate text file, and name each text file with the text in column A. So again... everything in row 1 from A to O would be copied and pasted into a text file called (A1 cell data).txt
once that first text file has created, I was hoping that there could be a loop to automatically close the first text file and move on to row 2 and do the same, copy all text in row 2 from A to O into a new text file titled (A2 cell data).txt, close and move on to row 3 etc etc.
this is a large list of approximately 8,000 records.
I have about 1200 text files with data regarding different machines.These file contain a line called 'Validation date" and also the programe number on different line.
I need a macro which will extract this date for each program number and write in excel in two columns like program number and validation date.
I have tried with some of the macro help available on this site,but I have to do this one at a time.The time required doing this way is same as going in each text file and copy/pasting in excel.Is it possible to automate this process.
I have 10 rows and 3 columns or words(data). What I am trying to do is export this data one row at a time so that I end up with 10 text files. Each row needs to be inserted into 3 variables within my text file. (Variable1,Variable2,Variable3) and then saved. Each saved text file needs to be named Variable1-Variable2-Variable3.txt. End result should have 10 text files that are named corrosponding to each row of data and each text file should also have the 3 variables replaced with the corrosponding row data.
Right now I have to manually rename the text file (Variable1-Variable2-Variable3.txt) and then manually open the text file and select EDIT-REPLACE and insert the data 3 times. I have to do this for many many text files and it is becoming monotinous.
I have a few hundred data/text files to analyze, some a few thousand lines deep. I would like to grab 5, just 5 numbers describing voltage levels. I know the preceding text for each of these in the cell and the following text as well. I just need to delete everything else and keep these 5 values in a column using a script or a macro, and do so for all these files in a specified folder.
This would be 3 weeks of work and the analysis needs to be done ASAP for my research.
Thousands of lines of ancillary data Thousands of lines of ancillary data
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"11/09/07 14:42:20 J13-50 and J6-9, PCU Resistance (XXXXXXX. Ohms) is within 1.000 to 3741." Thousands of lines of ancillary data...........................
I am trying to determine a way to quickly import data from text files into Excel and place data in suitable columns (under correct headings). I am thinking I could be asked which file to read and import doing them 1 by 1, or if there is an automated way to cycle through all the files that would be more efficient (filenames are variable).
From the text files I have attached I can tell the column headers and what data should go under each. Not sure how you would describe the delimiting on these files? Are these files in a format that VBA could be used to reduce manual copy and paste approach? I have about 300 of these files I want to extract the data from.
Note: the attached files are from a public access website.
I have a excel file that I enter information into. I have code that saves the files to a certain folder with the name, date, and time stamp for the file name. At the end of the day I might have 3 to 15 excel files I have created that day and I would like to take information from certain cells (examle: L3, B6, B7, B8, G8, and so on) and create a txt file with all of the information in it.
Example: 12/20/2007 Your Name 123 Somewhere St. Here, OH 45111 Home Visit
I have about 100 Excel files in one folder that need to be saved as text files. They can keep the same name, but simply need to be converted to text files. I'd like to use VBA for this and I can't find examples that do exactly that...or ones that my limited knowledge can handle.
Excel files exist in C:Source and ALL of them should be saved as text files in C:Destination. Maybe there is an easier way, but I thought for sure there was a routine I could use.
I'm trying to accomplish is to take an Excel file that contains one column of data consisting of up the maximum number of rows of data (numbers formatted as text? "000000000") and export the data to a text (.txt) file 1000 rows at a time. I would also like the code to allow me to name the .txt files in succession, for example, Pg01, Pg02, Pg03, etc.
The files are going to be used to query a system that will only accept text input 1000 items at a time.
I run the following code to ensure the data is formatted consistently:
Sub a_VerifyDataForInput() ' Start at Cell A1 Range("A1").Select ' Select Column A Columns("A:A").Select ' Format data in Column A Selection.NumberFormat = "000000000" ' Replace all "|" (whatever you call this thing ... pipe???) Selection.Replace What:="|", Replacement:="", LookAt:=xlPart, _ SearchOrder:=xlByRows, MatchCase:=False, SearchFormat:=False, _ ReplaceFormat:=False ' Replace all "-" (dashes) Selection.Replace What:="-", Replacement:="", LookAt:=xlPart, _ ........................
the VBA code to allow a user to navigate to any of our network directories and upon selecting (using workbook getopenfilename hopefully) the proper folder on their directory open each txt file (delimited with a pipe) and then save the active file as a xls file and then close it and move on to the next file. I am pretty sure this will take a do while statement but I am not sure how to write it.
This is a great bit of code (I found), to import multiple text files.
I have one small issue -
currently it imports with each file going to a new column, like this: text file1 A1:A4, txt file2 B1:B4, txt file3 C1:C4 etc etc
And eventually i risk running out of columns because I'm working with a lot of text files.
Can someone tell me what to do to modify this code so it imports like this? : text file1 A1:D1, txt file2 A2:D2, txt file3 A3:D3 ETC ETC
.e.g. first file imports across row1, second file across row2 etc
Sub test2() Dim myDir As String, fn As String, ff As Integer, txt As String Dim delim As String, n As Long, b(), flg As Boolean, x, t As Integer myDir = "\BP1MELIS001SHARED_DATAEVERYONESolutions IntranetPriceMasterlogs" '
I have about 50 - 60 text files and I need to find certain values, namely Name, Account No, total amount under Portfolio Value in the text file and copy these values to a worksheet under column: Name, Account and Portfolio Value respectively. All new entries are paste one row below the existing data.
Some of the text files may not have any data in it or may not have the Portfolio Value as the monthly transactions may occupied 2 or 3 text files. Some text files may have 2 Name in it and there will be 2 Portfolio Values in it which I will need both to be copy to the worksheet.
I have attached both the Excel file and the dummy txt file.
I have patent numbers in column A of an excel sheet and would want to locate or search the specific text files (located in my D:Files folder) containing those values. If the value is found in myfile1.txt then the result should be outputted in column B containing the filename of the text file. For example:
Column A Column B us20061234556b1 myfile1.txt us20061434455a2 myfile2.txt wo200612344556A myfile3.txt
In a folder I have several text files (each text file is a customer statement) I get the files from the computer dept named randomly, I need to rename each File to its customer ID number, each ID consists of 15 characters (including the dash characters) and is found on the 3rd row of the file (3rd row , skip one character And count 15 characters ex : 0010-902514-422)
I found a code that renames the text files incrementally (1,2,3…..). I need to modify the code so that instead of renaming the files that way I rename them by their ID number (get the ID of each file while looping then rename It by that ID) One more thing, can I get the ID then skip 44 characters and attach the following 14 characters to the ID (ex : 0010-902514-422- Lebanese Pound). ttached is a folder containing an excel file with the code and 2 statements
Sub RenFile() Dim arrFiles As Variant Dim intCounter As Integer Dim datFile As Date Dim strFile As String, strPath As String strPath = ActiveWorkbook.Path arrFiles = FileArray(strPath, "*.txt") For intCounter = 1 To UBound(arrFiles) strFile = arrFiles(intCounter) Name strPath & strFile As strPath & intCounter & ".txt" Next intCounter End Sub
Private Function FileArray(strPath As String, strPattern As String) Dim arrDatabase() Dim intCounter As Integer.............................
I have about 200 text files each with 2 columns. I want to create a single excel spread sheet where the data comprises of the second column from each text file. I do not know any thing about macros and so need help on writing a macro that will automatically import data from the whole of the second column of each text file into one single spread sheet.
I have about 10k poorly formatted txt files that I need to grab 4 items from each and put in a spreadsheet. How can this be done in Excel or should it be done in Access instead?
Here's a link to what each txt file looks like: MTRP88PF700721.txt
I only need the number next to Posting Journal on line 3 (12686 in this case), the 3 digit number next to Class Total on line 11 (101 in this case), the Extended Cost Final Total and the Extended Retail Final Total (23.77 and 39.30 in this case)
because one of my staff members is currently opening each txt file and typing these figures into a spreadsheet!
rearrange this macro for me that I could import multiple txt (200 files) files from selected folder. Could You insert appropriate comments in Your altered macro - where I should change how many columns I need to import from files,
- which column/columns I want to import from files
- macro should automatically import data from the whole of the selected column or columns of each text file into one single spread sheet and import it to different columns
I have found this:
Sub test() Dim myDir As String, fn As String, ff As Integer, txt As String Dim delim As String, n As Long, b(), flg As Boolean, x, t As Integer myDir = "c: est" '
i am looking for a macro that would import chosen multiple text files and append them all into one worksheet into column B (one textfile row into one cell), with column A displaying the imported filename next to every entry.
I found the code below on the internet and adjusted it to my needs.It is working perfectly fine except for the fact that it opens a new workbook to import the data. I run this code from a workbook named "InstronImport.xlsm" and would like it to add the data in this workbook instead of a new one. I have been trying for a day now and can't seem to figure out how to do it.
Sub ImportRawFilesInstron() Dim FilesToOpen Dim x As Integer Dim wkbAll As Workbook Dim wkbTemp As Workbook Dim sDelimiter As String On Error Goto ErrHandler Application. ScreenUpdating = False sDelimiter = "," FilesToOpen = Application. GetOpenFilename _ (FileFilter:="Text Files (*.raw), *.raw", _ MultiSelect:=True, Title:="Text Files to Open")...................
I am using excel 2003. I have more than 500 text file which are result of some numerical analysis. I have another bunches of the same file number. I can record and play around with macro.
What I want to do is -copy selected cells from imported text file in excel and paste in new or in first opened excel file. I have recorded macro for one file including importing from text to excell, copy and paste the selected file (look the macro below). But I have more than 500 files and I want to do the macro the same thing for each file in one excell file. Do i have to make one macro for each file??, that takes much more time than manual import and copy paste. The cell position and range to copy is the same, but have to be pasted in new row (in one excel summery file). The file name of each text file is different and all are in the same folder.
I am trying to convert multiple tab-separated text files into one worksheet. All the text files have the same format and file structure. I have been copying and pasting these files into an Excel spreadsheet but this is time consuming. I need to find out if anyone has any ideas on how to accomplish this task using a VBA macro.
Trying to import mutliple text files from one folder and save them into multiple tabs in the workbook. Found this piece of code on forums but can't respond to thread since its expired. Whenever i choose a file from the folder, it would say no files exist. Is there something wrong or am i missing libaries to run this?
Sub Test() 'First off, this will prompt where the text files are saved filepath = Application. GetOpenFilename("Text Files (*.txt), *.txt", , "Where are your text files saved")
'this will strip the filename from your selection, leaving just the folder Do While Right(filepath, 1) <> "" filepath = Left(filepath, Len(filepath) - 1) Loop
'This will search for all of the files within the folder Set fs = Application.FileSearch With fs...........................
The code by Jindon works but only for the text files that do not contain a header. Can someone please telll me what I have to change in the code to make the code skip the header information (1st three line) when importing? Currently, if I use Jindon's code, it fails once it tries to import one of these text files. Here is Jindo's Sub test() Dim myDir As String, fn As String, txt As String, x myDir = "c: est" '<- change to actual folder path fn = Dir(myDir & "*.txt") Do While fn <> "" txt = CreateObject("Scripting.FileSystemObject").OpenTextFile(fn).ReadAll x = Application.Transpose( Split(txt, vbCrLf)) Sheets(1). Range("a" & Rows.Count).End(xlUp)(2).Resize(UBound(x,1)).Value = x fn = Dir() Loop End Sub