Join 6 Workbooks Together To Make One 7th Workbook
Jun 27, 2013
How to do this with a macro but I want to join 6 workbooks together too make 1. Master sheet (7th copy). Below are the points of interest and a couple of questions.
1- My six books are all identical in cols.
2- The six books all have in col A my own ID number, no ID number is the same in any worksheet.
3- If I can get all 6 books together then the ID will start at #1 and finish approx at 225,000, in accending order.
4- All books have only 2 worksheets inside, Sheet1 and Sheet2 .
5- I don't want to delete or loose any data in the 6 books already made. Just make a 7th copy of the 6 .
6- The 6 w/books are called
6A- Each w/book contains approx 40,000 rows except last , approx 22,000
I am using this formula to combine Excel Dates & Times which is in seperate cells. day Month Year Time
=B13&"/"&C13&"/"&D13&F13 and trying to convert to Numerical Time for further calculations. I have tried many Format variations but nothing seems to work.
It will show the correct Numeric Time if the Formula: =NOW() is used in Cell K12 But it won't show the same from the imported data that is Text format in Cell I 12
The sample W. Book shows a better explanation of the problem. The end result is to show how much time has lapsed in Cell M 14 by converting Time to Numerical and simply do the sums. Works otherwise but not in this instance. The reason to trigger various macros according to pre-set Time Limits Etc.
I tried recording a macro to automate some tasks I perform every day between two workbooks. While in one I want to go get data from the other. The problem I'm having is the name of the workbooks I want to run this on changes every time I download my data into Excel. The files always start with the same name but the date gets appended to it. Is there a way to modify the macro to just work with the two books I've got open?
How is code or functions kept unique to a workbook? for instance i create a few toolbars that are relevant to "work book 1", however when i open another workbook "2" the toolbars do not function properly or are removed by the opening/closing of the work book, similarly other macros seem to struggle with more than one workbbok open at a time.
I have a workbook that was opened with a Word macro but was mistakenly not made visible. I didnot realize the workbook was open because I didn't see it. I tried to open it manually and found that it was locked for editing because it was already open due to the Word macro opening it. How do I close it?
I have Monthly sales sheets that import my cash register data into them. I wanted to set them up to do everything without being there. So I have my task manager open excel at 9:30pm everyday and it runs the macro to import the data into the correct day of the month. Here is the workbook
Private Sub Workbook_Open() Dim dTime As Date dTime = Time If dTime >= TimeValue("9:30 PM") And _ dTime < TimeValue("9:40 PM") Then ImportData End If End Sub
This is in my July spreadsheet only. So is there a way to make it know which month spreadsheet to open on the 1st of the month? So come August 1st it will automatically open the August workbook and input the data for the first day? By using the date?
I have a boolean toggle for disabling and enabling a Workbook_Change event.
Right I invoke macros to turn the Workbook_Change event on and off and I don't know what state it's in.
Two Questions: 1) (required) I would love to be able to visually know if it's enabled no matter which sheet I am on 2) (bonus) Be able to change the state with a persistent interface (e.g. perhaps the Ribbon?) no matter which sheet I am on.
I've created an Excel 2007 workbook with about a dozen worksheets that are full of formulas and links to other workbooks, as well as conditional formatting that isn't backwardly compatible with Excel 2003. However, many people who want to see this workbook are still on Excel 2003. I need to recreate an Excel 2003 compatible workbook with the appearance and formatting of the original and have all the formulas and links converted to values. So, the final product will "look" just like the original without the conditional formatting, links or formulas. It will just have the look, colors and values displayed for all cells.
Essentially, I want a macro that will copy however many worksheets (1-n) are in an Excel 2007 workbook to a new Excel 2003 workbook. I'd like the worksheets to retain their label names as well.
When saving a file that has 5 sheets that extend to the right of the users screen, sometimes the left part of the report is left somewhat hidden because the last person to save it was using the part to the far right. Is there a way to move all the active cell to A1 and make sure rows A:D or so are showing?
I have made a workbook file which is a form. I deleted all tool bars except "Print" and "save as". And I have saved this workbook. When I startup XL again to do other work It brings up my same bar arangement as my form. When I change it back it also changes my form file. How do I keep my form arrangement seperate from the standerd excel set up?
I have many excel files(nearly 500 in total and growing daily) in a folder called "Results Data" on my C drive. The file names are slightly different (serial numbers). Each excel file contains data in Cells A2:E11. I want to be able to copy only the Cells A2, B4, D5 and E10 from each workbook and paste them into a new workbook, each copied workbook on a new row.
I have been trying to change code that I have found on the web but nothing seems to be working,
Code, couldn't make it work with VB HTML Maker. I'm new with VBA Basically my idea is when someone open default file, insert data, try to save file, macros save workbook with inserted data as another file (*.xlsx) and make pdf in another folder. Pdf part is working fine, but with second part just can't find right option.
Private Sub Workbook_AfterSave(ByVal Success As Boolean) Dim Name As String Dim i As Integer, j As Integer Name = ThisWorkbook.Path & "PDF Archive" & ActiveSheet.Range("F6") & " Invoice " & ActiveSheet.Range("B11")
Private Sub Workbook_BeforeSave(ByVal SaveAsUI As Boolean, Cancel As Boolean) Dim ActSheet As Worksheet Dim ActBook As Workbook Dim CurrentFile As String Dim NewFileType As String Dim NewFile As String
I'd like to create a macro that will take 10 workbooks and add them to a new work book, but have each workbook as a separate sheet.
So every month from work I get a report file labeled as the current month (JAN_14). Then there about 19 folders in that folders labeled with product names; then in those folders are two excel files (they're all named MSTASCH_QUICKLOOK_1 and MSTASCH_QUICKLOOK). I figure if I can see the macro to combine 10 workbooks I can change it to do less or more workbooks. I had tried a macro that takes the workbooks from one file and puts them into two seperate sheets (although I would love to have the order changed of how they're put into the workbook).
VB: Sub MergeSheets() Dim wbDst As Workbook Dim wbSrc As Workbook
Is it a good idea to merge xls workbooks in to one master workbook?
I have read online that some say it is ok and nothing will happen and others say it isn't a good idea because macros and formulas will not work right once merge in to one workbook.
So I have many workbooks with 2 - 4 worksheets in them. All have formulas as well as macro's and everything is working fine just as it is. But I would like to have 1 Master workbook with all workbook/worksheets combined in to 1, so that I can stop opening so many workbooks.
I wish to be able to get data from several workbooks (.xls), and gather all the data in one master workbook.
As I said, I've got a number of workbooks with data I wish to copy and merge into one master worksheet. Each workbook contains a sheet called "MILESTONES" (project) in which I want to pick up data. The data ranges from A5:J88, but I think this can be expanded by the users (more rows). There is no guarantee that the users will enter data in all the columns. Columns A and B occur frequently blank, so the users usually starts entering in information in column C (heading = description).
The Master workbook contains of exactly the same headings, except that the columns has been expanded by 1. Column A1 has the heading "Workpack" which is the name of the workbook the information has been gathered from (description is in column D1). This name can be found in a sheet called "REPORT" in all of the workbooks, and I want this to be copied over, row by row so it matches the data. I don't know if it can cause any trouble, but the names are merged through C to J in row 12 in all of the workbooks.
The workbooks (or workpacks) and the master workbook (summary) are placed in the same folder. Let's say C:Project. The workbooks also changes names frequently (each month). Lastly, if there is a way to automatically update the master workbook every time it is opened.
Macro to collate four workbooks into single workbook.
Sheets in workbooks also to be copied. The sheet 1 of the 4 workbooks should be combined into the sheet 1 of the new workbook. Sheet 2 of the 4 workbooks should be combined into the sheet 2 of the new workbook, and so on.
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