In spreadsheet attached, column F is populated with file names. I need VB script to import content of each respective file into corresponding cell in column E.
I've got over 25k of records and the same amount of txt files that I need to insert into cells. I have found this script :
VB: Sub MikeMaster() Dim x As Integer Dim temp Dim i As Integer Dim Drive As String
But need to modify it to do something like this: read cell from column F (Text File) > find file with corresponding name in given folder > Insert content of that text file into corresponding cell in column E (Description) > go to next row and do the same.
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 am trying to get a VBA code to import multiple text files into an excel worksheet. The text files contain about 5,000 words each listed in a single column. I found this thread Import Multiple Text Files and the code listed there:
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" '<- change to actual folder path delim = vbTab '<- delimiter (assuming Tab delimited) fn = Dir(myDir & "*.txt") Do While fn <> "" Redim b(1 To Rows.Count, 1 To 1) ff = FreeFile Open myDir & "" & fn For Input As #ff Do While Not EOF(ff)..........................
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!
i'd like to be able to import a list of file names from a folder. sounds fairly straight forward to me, but example:
folder a has 10 files in it (let's say PDFs - numbered 1 through 10). I'd like to be able to open the spread sheet, and see the file names in column b. ideally, i'd also like subfolders to be listed, in the next column. but, let's start with just this.
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):
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.
How to write a code to import all tables from a single word document into a single excel sheet? (we don't know exactly how many tables there will be,or how many rows in a table there will be , but the columns are certain, which is 9, from A to I.
I found a good piece of code to import data from text files into excel. they are delimited
I keep getting an overflow error, and then I get the error that the file is already open?
Sub OpenTextFiles() Dim strFiles() As String Dim strFName As String Dim strFPath As String Dim IntFile As Integer Dim sep As String 'define the directory strFPath = "C:UsersXXXXXDesktopHOLDINGTEXT into Excel"
I have some 400+ .txt tab delimit files in the same format in the same directory. All of them have 4 cols. I would like to use a VB sub code to import col1's of all .txt files to a workbook sheet1 filing from col1 to coln in excel sheet1. And col2's of all .txtx files to sheet2 of the same workbook. An so on. I found a code that can import the col1's from .txt files to excel sheet1 only. But not col2's to sheet2.
I have small bit of import code (below), that I am looking to modify. The data that I am importing is for an inventory tool that determine optimal on hand quantities and alerts to any issues. In the past there had been one inventory source (one .csv data file). So I populate that to one sheet and modify the data on that sheet. I now have multiple data sources that I need to address.
There are two things that I would like to add/be able to do.
1) I would like to add a dropdown or set of multiple buttons to the popup window that says "Select the OnHand Report". Previously I only had one report source which I posted to sheet "orow0205". I have 2 other data files now that I have to import and they need to go to sheets "orow0206" and "orow2144". I am grabbing the data the same way on each sheet so that doesnt need to change I just need the option on the pop up window to determine the sheet name I want the import to go to.
2) The files that come from the sources above have a file name like "20121213_00000_groupstatistics.csv". Where the first eight digits represent the date the file was generated. If possible, after I select the sheet via the popup solve above, I would like to have the date populated in "MM/DD/YYYY" format in the last column of the imported data (the same date for each row of data imported). The file imported has no date data on it and can represent any day (which is why I am not using some form of TODAY formula).
I have a folder with multiple text files. I want to import one of these files to a sheet called data in an existing Excel file. The excel file has references to this data sheet on other sheets which I want to keep. I want to save this excel file with the name the text file has and repeat this for all the text files in the folder.
I found a macro a while back which does the job nicely of importing and saving the Excel file, however all the data in the other sheets gets lost once it is saved. How to keep the data?
Sub tgr() Const txtFldrPath As String = "FOLDER WITH TEXT FILES" 'Change to folder path containing text files Const xlsFldrPath As String = "FOLDER FOR EXCEL FILES" 'Change to folder path excel files will be saved to Dim CurrentFile As String: CurrentFile = Dir(txtFldrPath & "" & "*.txt") Dim strLine() As String Dim LineIndex As Long
I need to import thousand of txt files into 1 worksheet keeping the file names as data. Each txt file has 2 columns :
1 0.65914 2 0.65945 3 0.86062 ... ... and each txt file represents recordings made at specific time and date (e.g 0158.DSG_RAWD_HMS_21_ 0_ 0__DMY_29_ 2_12_pulses). I would like to have 2 columns: 1) with the time taken from the name of the txt file (e.g. 21:00:00) and 2) the associated recording. Something like this:
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.
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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.
The setup: A software application I regularly use produces csv data files (in this case approx 300 files). These I have converted to xls format using a separate macro. The files are in one folder and named as follows eg
I then created a macro using code I sourced from the internet, and included some addtional commands (filename, copy/paste). See below. This macro opens the all the xls data files in the folder and copies the relevant data to an analysis workbook [Analysis sheet, Results sheet, Master sheet] ie the data is copied from the data file and pasted into the Analysis worksheet. Then the results are copied from the Results sheet to the Master sheet. So far so everything works.
My problem is this: I'm stumped at how to delete rows from the xls data files before running the analysis workbook and macro. In other words, after converting the csv files to xls format I need to clean the xls data files.
I have a separate xls file with criteria data in two columns:
The rows in a particular data file, with dates that are not present in the Criteria workbook must be deleted. This to be done for every data file in the folder. Also, I need to exclude rows for specific time periods eg 12H00AM - 04H00AM from all the files irrespective of date.
the code needed [should a separate macro be run or can code be placed within the present macro?]. I've tried looking for something similar on the internet, but my requirements seem too customized to be able to adapt the code that I found. And of course this is waaaay above my present skill level!
'This code opens up data files (xls) in a specified folder and copies data A1:G17281 to an Analysis workbook (Analysis sheet).
'The data from the Results sheet is then copied to the Master sheet.
Dim wkbDest As Workbook Dim wksDest As Worksheet Dim wkbSource As Workbook Dim wksSource As Worksheet Dim MyPath As String Dim MyFile As String
I'm attempting to import around 200 (and growing!) separate text files into Excel. I am using the formula below to import the text file and then using a separate macro to select the information I need, copy it into another spreadsheet, and then run the import macro again.
However, I have a problem in that my import macro gives me 'Run-time error '1004:
Application defined or user defined error''. At first this wasn't a problem as the information is pasted into the spreadsheet despite the error anyway. However, now that I am looping the macro it is obviously causing more problems as it prevents the loop. I would really appreciate it if anyone knows of a work-around or can spot an error in the coding to resolve this!
The code below shows is for the import macro only:
Sub ImportTextFile(FName As String, Sep As String)
Dim RowNdx As Long Dim ColNdx As Integer Dim TempVal As Variant Dim WholeLine As String Dim Pos As Integer Dim NextPos As Integer Dim SaveColNdx As Integer
I'm using the following code to import thousands of html files into my spreadsheet. The code is working fine. Since I am importing thousands of files, when there is no more space on my worksheet, the code stops with an error message. I want to make this code add another worksheet & continue importing the html files until there are no more files to import.
Sub Master_Importer() Dim I As Long Dim strFilename As String Dim strPath As String strPath = "file:///C:/Documents and Settings/c/Desktop/New Folder/" With Application.FileSearch .LookIn = "C:Documents and SettingscDesktopNew Folder" .FileType = msoFileTypeAllFiles .Execute For I = 1 To .FoundFiles.Count strFilename = Mid(.FoundFiles(I), InStrRev(.FoundFiles(I), "") + 1) With ActiveSheet.QueryTables.Add(Connection:= _ "URL;" & strPath & strFilename _ .......................
Need a way to update a single master file. What happens right now is that the cost manager sends out one file to a lot of different project heads and then on having them return back to him he basically has to individually add in all the data. What i am trying to do is that he somehow carries on sending out the data as there are a lottt of projects and then on returning them they automatically update.
Often I need to add data from one spreadsheet to the appropriate places on another spreadsheet. For example:
Sheet A has 10,000 records with these fields: id#, name, address, place of employment.
Sheet B has 5,000 records these fields: id#, GPA, college major, type of degree.
Some of the records in B contain information for the same id#'s as sheet A. I want to add this information together so that a Sheet C will have these fields: id#, name, address, place of employment, GPA, college major, type of degree.
How I might go about some VBA code to import a PDF file (that may contain multiple pages), and split each page into its own worksheet.
For simplicity purposes, say the PDF is at "C: est.pdf". My thoughts was to have the code detect how many pages the PDF has and loop through the file, importing each page individually into the workbook; but this is uncharted territory for me.
I was reading Box Office Mojo and wanted to know which actor would have the highest box office total if worldwide sales were accounted for and inflation was considered (for some reason they offer the data in 3 different formats but that is not one of them). I had previously only used Excel for simple records so I had to search your site for ways to write a few macros but I got everything working. I want to present the data.
It looks like embedding a spreadsheet in a webpage can be done but is there anyway I can add a feature so that if the person browsing the site clicks on a cell that cell's data will removed from consideration? I don't want the cell to actually display a "0" but if the background color could change to signify it was no longer being counted that would awesome. A lot of people argue about what movie should be counted toward an actors total box office record (starring roles only, supporting roles, voice work, cameos) so I would really like to be able to allow people to easily remove roles they personally don't think should count towards the total.
I have about 5 text boxes. The user enters data in each text box and, as of right now, the data automatically gets saved as I am using the _change event. (TextBox1_Change()) This stores the value of each text box into a cell of my choosing on an Excel spreadsheet automatically.
From what I gather (according to a great ozgrid administrator ), it would be better, as a coder, to not use the _Exit event and instead, perhaps I should use the _Enter event. (TextBox1_Enter.) This way, when the user fills out the information in the text boxes, the information will NOT be loaded onto an Excel spreadsheet automatically as they type. (Which is what it does now by using the following code for each text box
Private Sub TextBox1_Change() Sheets("Sheet1").Range("A" & intRow.) = TextBox1.Value........