Exporting Data From Multiple Workbooks To One Workbook
Nov 10, 2009
I do environmental testing for multiple hospitals and surgery centers. I've created a master workbook in excel 2007 that includes about 7 sheets. Each sheet is for account info, testing areas, billing, and reports. In the testing areas sheet, I've used a formula to compute in column F a return date for each row based on when the area in that row was tested AND based on that area's yearly schedule (quarterly, semi-annually or annually). The date tested info is in column E of each row and the yearly schedule is in column H of each row.
Every client has their own workbook created from the master workbook template. I would like to export the return dates data in column F of each workbook into a single workbook that would tell me what testing I have to do for each client in any given month so I don't have to go to each workbook and make a list manually. So, not only the date would have to show, but also all the other info in that row (acct number, location, charge, etc). BTW, the data in this testing areas sheet I want info from is not in a "table"...just in cells.
I expect this may have been done before, I have a workbook with 6 sheets. Each sheet lists a register, each register has between say 12 & 25 column, 1 column in each sheet denotes a "y" for exporting to another spreadsheet (not the same column in each sheet though)
what I would like is some code that will open a new workbook, and copy each of the sheets (all the fields/columns etc) into the new book, but only the lines that have the "y" next to them.
I have codes that export one sheet , but its not really relevant to what i need to do.
I have three source workbooks that needed to be consolidated into a master workbook pasting the data with values & formatting.
The Master workbook also contains 6 additional worksheets that link to the data pulled in from the source files. My question is how do I write the code so the source files populate the master in a specific order. For example, the 3 source files are named "Central" "NED" and "WEST" and I need them to populate the master workbook in that order.
This is the code I am using to consolidate the data:
Option Explicit Sub ConsolidateSheetsFromWorkbooks() 'Author: Jennifer Starr 'Date: 7/12/2013 'Summary: Open all files in a folder and merge data (stacked) on all
I have created a template workbook for individuals who work on different sites. The spreadsheets used by each individual have the same headers. The sheets all sit in the same folder in dropbox.
I am wanting to produce a summary workbook within the dropbox folder that automatically populates when an individual updates their workbook.
I have attached mock example of the individuals worksheet for your information.
The questions that I have are as follows:
1. Is it better within an individuals workbook that they record their activity all on one sheet as opposed to having a spreadsheet per months activity? It seems tidier to have a sheet per month but does this make it more difficult to produce a summary workbook?
2. The individual is required to record a patients individual drugs on separate lines but they need to record a unique identifier, age, *** and month worked. Do they need to record all this for each line of drug or is there an easier way?
3. How should the summary sheet be produced - pivot table or sheet with formulas linked to the individuals workbooks?
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 a folder which contains multiple 'Customer' workbooks (example attachment 'Customer_001'). Each workbook has a filename unique to the customer (Customer_001, Customer_002, Customer_117 etc). The workbooks contain a single sheet with customer information and answers to questions. These 'Customer' workbooks are automatically saved into a folder once the customer completes a Userform and clicks 'save'. Potentially, there could be 100's of customers' workbooks saved in the folder, each with their own unique filename.
I also have a 'Master' sheet saved in a different folder (example attachment 'Master'). The 'Master' workbook has multiple sheets named 'Department 1' and 'Department 2'. The purpose of the master sheet is to consolidate all information from the individual customers' workbooks.
Specifically, I would like a command button on the 'Master' workbook to execute the following tasks...
1. Copy the data from range A3:F3 from each of the 'Customer' workbooks held in the folder. 2. Paste the data into the next blank row on the 'Department 1' sheet in the 'Master' workbook.
3. Copy the data from range A7:F7 from each of the 'Customer' workbooks held in the folder. 4. Paste the data into the next blank row on the 'Department 2' sheet in the 'Master' workbook.
5. Save the 'Master' workbook. 6. Delete all 'Customer' workbooks in the folder.
I got a master format in xl2010 to collect data, which is being circulated between my team. members fill in their respective data n mail back the file with their name attached to file name. i want to creat a macro which can copy the data from every members file to master file.
I have 17 workbooks which contain similar data and formatting. The only variance is the number of rows of data in each. I want to write a macro in the Master worksheet that will accomplish the following
1. Create a worksheet name in the master workbook with the same name as the workbook that it's pulling data from. 2. Copy over the column headings from columns A:P to the newly created worksheet on the master workbook 3. Copy over all rows that contain the word "down" under column D titled Operational status
The naming convention for the master workbook will be titled "All Switches". The naming convention for the worksheets containing the data are titled Port_Map_on_tiegcsw01, Port_Map_on_tiegcsw02, Port_Map_on_nypgcsw01. There are other names , but I can reference the code an update accordingly.
I found some searches on the forum for creating a macro to copy data between workbooks, but not quite sure how to write the macro for the three functions.
I am trying to automatically transfer data from nonadjacent cells (C1, B5,B10,B16,B22,B28) from multiple workbooks in a masterworkbook folder from A2:F2. I am a novice at VBA. I am not able to copy as Range("C1,B5,B10,B16,B22,B28") and the way it currently is coded only the last copied range (B28) is pasted to the master workbook. The data pastes to A2 in the master workbook instead of F2 where I want it. I need copying the cells from the workbooks into row 2 in the master bookbook. Here is what I currently have:
Sub LoopThroughDirectory() Dim MyFile As String Dim erow MyFile = Dir("C:ToolFolderWorkObjectives")
I have created timesheets for employees that work in our shop. Our company manufactures products for different industries, such as mining, wind power generation, general industrial applications, and so forth. I modified some time sheet templates I found for excel to accommodate our company's actions. Each employee has their own workbook, in which the months are separated into different worksheets. Each sheet is divided further into weeks and in each weekly section the areas of information are divided as follows:
A / B / C / D / E / F / G / H / I / J / K / L / M Work Sector / Workshop or Fieldservice / Scope of Work / Job # / Reg or OT / Mon / Tue / Wed / Thu / Fri / Sat / Sun / Total
There are 7 workbooks (one for each employee), each with 12 sheets (one for each month). I want to create a master sheet that will pull information from everyone's timesheet if they worked on a particular job. In other words, I would like to type a job number into a cell, then have excel look through everyone's timesheets and pull over only the rows of information that contain that job number
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 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 have a database from which I extract 5 different excel files. For arguments sake, they are called File 1, File 2 etc. Each of these workbooks will have a sheet called 'Raw Data'. These will all be save in the one directory, C:Data, for example.
I am after a macro that can copy all the data from each of the workbooks, on the sheets called 'Raw Data, however the data in each of the workbooks will vary in length and width.
The workbook which I want them copied to is called "Template" and I would like the copied data onto separate sheets in this file. If possible I would like them copied to already named sheets, for example in the "Template" file, sheets may be called "Raw Data1", "Raw Data2" etc.
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 found a great code for copying worksheets from multiple workbooks (up to 2000 workbooks) into one new workbook. It works perfectly for 99% of the copying/merging that i do. The only issue with the code is that it only copies from the active sheet in the other workbooks. I need it to copy from a specific sheet ("Travel") in all of the workbooks that i select. I've tried many ways to edit the code to change the activesheet to "Travel" but i cannot get it to work.
Option Explicit Sub CombineDataFiles() Dim DataBook As Workbook, OutBook As Workbook Dim DataSheet As Worksheet, OutSheet As Worksheet Dim TargetFiles As FileDialog Dim MaxNumberFiles As Long, FileIdx As Long, _ LastDataRow As Long, LastDataCol As Long,
I need to copy multiple workbooks of similar format into one new workbook called "ZZZ.xls". I have developed the below code but I got an error : Run-time error '1004': Paste method of worksheet class failed.
Dim Wk As Workbook Dim FileToOpen As Variant, i, j, k As Integer Dim NewWBName As String, NewWBName1 As Workbook Dim OutFileName As String
I'm attempting to take a Workbook that contains 1000 Worksheets and split it into 2 separate WB's of 500 WS's each ... basically half it. This could also apply to a WB that contains less than 1000 WS's, but it is highly unlikely it will ever contain more than 1000 WS's.
I'd like each new WB created to be saved in the original path with the original filename followed by a "1", "2", "3" or "a", "b", "c", etc. For example: Original Filename = ImpactAnalysis.xls New Filename 1 = ImpactAnalysis (1).xls or ImpactAnalysis (a).xls New Filename 2 = ImpactAnalysis (2).xls or ImpactAnalysis (b).xls
I've located 2 modules in the forum that are a good start, but each creates a separate WB for each WS, which is a bit cumbersome with up to 1000 WS's in the original WB.
Sub splittest() Dim sht As Worksheet Dim w As Worksheet Application. ScreenUpdating = False Application.DisplayAlerts = False For Each sht In Worksheets Set neww = Workbooks.Add sht.Copy neww.Worksheets(1) With neww .....................
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 need to consolidate a lot of information from multiple workbooks all the workbooks are located in a folder, i am not bothered about running each one separately or a group at a time, each work book has ten sheets with each sheet in the workbook being different, it needs to add to the next blank row on each sheet.
I would like to merge multiple workbooks into a master workbook. All the individual workbooks are identical and only have 1 sheet, and I would like to append them to the master as worksheets then sum them all together. The front sheet showing the totals from all the merged ones.
At our small firm, each staff member keeps a small excel spread sheet on the network that contains their "work in progress." This spreadsheet is roughly six columns wide and roughly twenty lines long.
What I am attempting to do is have one "master" spreadsheet with a tab for each staff member that links their "work in progress" so that partners and managers can easily see how much work each of the fifteen or so staff members have.
I can create fifteen different tabs and fifteen different files on the network and link =[Staff1.xlsx]Sheet1!$A$1:$G$25 =[Staff2.xlsx]Sheet1!$A$1:$G$25 =[Staff3.xlsx]Sheet1!$A$1:$G$25 and so on.
If I make a change to the layout of the work in progress sheet, I have to delete and copy the file fifteen times, then go back through and re-link fifteen tabs to fifteen workbooks in order to keep it uniform.
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.
On a weekly basis, I receive a single worksheet in a workbook that contains ~30,000 rows of product sales.
Row one contains column headings that is unique to all other rows. Column A contains the store number that sold the product. There are ~50 unique store numbers.
I am trying to create a macro that will break the report up into seperate workbooks.
For example, assume in column A there are 30 rows of data for 3 different store numbers (say store 112, 386, & 798, each with 10 rows of data). I want to create 3 new workbooks and include the same column heading for each. For example, name new workbooks as follows: "Store 112", "Store 386", "Store 798".
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 about 150 different workbooks that I need to copy the cell data from the first sheet to a second workbook
The code is running all the way through to the "Clear values?" pop-up box, BUT nothing is actually being pasted into my second workbook
Sub TransferData() Dim wkb As Workbook, wks As Worksheet, LastRow As Long Dim FilePath As String, FileName As String Dim ws As Worksheet, blnOpened As Boolean 'Change these variables as desired... FilePath = "C:UsersPipeline2DesktopOveralnd Focal Points" 'change path here
I have timesheets in work, where i created basic formulas to display times & worked hours etc. I also have named ranges on 4 of the sheet.
The sheets are named as the department (area 1, stock control etc.). All the sheets are identical in terms of layout, only the names of staff and hours worked are different.
When i created them, i tried to be pro-active and created flippin loads, through to October this year. Problem being i created a Summary sheet for each workbook, which in short takes all names from all areas and collates them on the last tab, puts Mon-Sun across the top, enters the hours into the relevant days, merges hours worked in different areas and also splits the hours worked over each day.
Everything is working flawlessly.
Except, the above evolution of the sheet was done after i mass created the timesheet, and as such i need to manually open each sheet, set the ranges and name them, add a summary sheet, add the macro, save and close.
Is it possible to create a macro on book1, that when i open however many other workbooks (the actual timesheets) the code would set and name the ranges for me?
The time sheets are all named according to the week -> 'W.C - 08.04.2013', 'W.C - 15.04.2013' etc.