I have a series of duplicate workbooks to allow for distribution to multiple users. The workbooks have a userform which allows the user to save records into a worksheet. I would like to have a standalone workbook which is a merge of all of the worksheets.
Since data will be contiuosly entered, I want the master workbook to have a "constant" link and alway but current without need to run anything.
I will have about 100 files to merge together that are in one directory. Is it possible to merge all workSHEETS named "Bob" from each workBOOK and end up with just one master file?
I found this code on this web site (no proper reference!). It doesn't work for me. Yes, I changed the directory and it still didn't work. I will have 12 columns (A:L) and differing # of rows in each "Bob" worksheet.
VB: Sub g_CombineMultWB_AllXLSFiles() ' This Will combine all EMALL XLS files located in the ' S:DMSMSPOMSMaster POMS NIIN DataMaster EMALL Data FilesEMALL Excel Folder ' into a single worksheet in a newly created (or previously existing) workbook
I'm trying to take a single worksheet from a workbook and merge them all into one workbook. In that master workbook I'm looking to have each of the worksheets on different tabs and the tab names as the original workbook name.
So if I have Workbook1, Workbook2, Workbook3, Workbook4 in a folder. I want to open a new spreadsheet, run this macro, select the folder with the Workbooks in, and have it take the range selected from the worksheet 'other' from each of the workbooks and generate a 'master' Spreasheet where each tab would be called Workbook1, Workbook2, Workbook3, Workbook4 and the contents would be from the 'other' tab
I found some of Ron de Bruin's code online which I've tried to customise.
Currently this takes a range from the tab specified, puts it into an array and then pastes it all into different columns on one worksheet. change this so that it creates a new worksheet for each original workbook, and names it after that workbook.
I am attempting to write code for a macro that can cycle through about 30 excel workbooks and merge the data. getting the raw data on one sheet is not a problem, but I also need to sort similar data into corresponding columns while merging such that all data from the workbooks with a certain column heading will be in a single column with a single heading on the summary sheet. The problem is that the column headings on the source workbooks are not always standardized, i.e. "F high", "high F". Each sheet has several columns that look like the one below, with a header at the top and a series of numbers. (please ignore the dashes, I just used them to line up the columns in this post, in excel each value is in a different cell)
F Low---F High---V Low 721-----999---804 721-----999---0 721-----999---0 711-----720---786 711-----720---713
My vba skills are very basic, so I have been approaching this problem with a mountain of if..else and InStr commands, which doesn't seem like the best method and isn't working.
I have an excel spreadsheet supplied by a client, let's call this the master sheet, with about 500 URLs and I've been asked to gather information from Google Analytics and place in a spreadsheet. This spreadsheet can't be changed as it goes into their CRM system.
On the master sheet, we have a list of URLS, what I need to do is go through each URL and place the number of visits to each URL on a weekly basis.
Google Analytics excel spreadsheet, will spit out a list of URLs and the page visit numbers.
My question is:
If I have both spreadsheets open, the master spreadsheet and the information from Google Analytics spreadsheet. Is there a way of having both sheets open and doing an exact match on the URLs between both spreadsheets, so we can copy and paste the information directly.
Or even a formula that says something like:
If the master sheet spread has the same URL in the Google Analytics spreadsheet, paste the relevant information into the correct cells?
As you can see, doing this manually will take a long time. I'm just looking for a productive method to save time.
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 have 2 books right now. Each book has 2 colums of data (See attached jpg.):
Book 1 has a column for "phone number" and another for "street" Book 2 has a column for "phone number" and another for "house number"
I would like to merge these books together so that all the information I have about these contacts is in the same book. Column A will be the phone numbers, column B will be the street name, and column C will be the house number. As you can see by looking at book 2, I only have house numbers for some of the phone numbers in book 1. My goal here is to have book 2 "look at" book 1, and add any information book 1 does not have (such as house number) to the relevant row (the row where the phone numbers match). This new book will by my book 3. I've attached a jpg. with how book 1 looks, book 2 looks, and how I want book 3 to look.
I have two workbooks, Quotes and Invoices. They have a common field (column) between them called "QuoteID". Since not all quotes turn into invoices, there are more rows in the Quotes workbook than the Invoices one. Is it possible to match the "QuoteID" cell values in Invoices to just the ones in Quotes that match up, and then merge them into a new worksheet? If not, is there an add-on that will accomplish this?
I have 30 xlsx files in a folder and I want the first sheet of all that files to be merged to a new workbook. The thing is I don't want the macro to copy paste the value in to the same sheet of the new master sheet like Ron's excel merge tool does. I want a macro to create new 30 sheets on the master file and copy the data from source files. And I want the newly added sheets to be renamed as the source file name. This works well except the sheet renaming thing.
Sub Merge2MultiSheets() Dim wbDst As Workbook Dim wbSrc As Workbook
Is it possible to write a macro whereby the data in numerous cells in a row, say A1:K1 are copied into one cell, L1 then the cells from the next row, A2:K2are copied into the same cell, L1 but on the line below in the cell. I know the above doesn't make much sense so i've attached an example.
I need to combine or merge text from cells in 20 rows of data into a format able to be printed. This is evaluation data for a class of 20 students, where each row is one students response to the evaluation, with the last cell in the row containing their comments (text data that may be blank, or up to several sentences in length). Here's what I'm trying to do:
Combine all 20 cells into one cell that can be printed (with word-wrap turned on). Add a blank line between each comment. Disregard any blank cells so extra blank lines are not added.
employee paymethod earningcode earningtype rate hours amount jane doe H CR R 5.00 80 400.00 jane doe H CO O 7.50 2 15.00 jane doe H HL R 5.00 8 40.00 jane doe H SE R 10.00 10 100.00 john smith H CR R 6.00 10 60.00 ...
I need to have
jane doe CR 5.00 80 CO 7.5 15.00 HL 5.00 8 SE 10.00 100.00
I will have multiple employees. Not all employees will have all 4 earning codes (some will only have one, some will have two, and some will have three).
I have a task to complete that requires me to extract worksheets from hundreds of workbooks and consolidate them into one "master" workbook. Out of the hundreds of workbooks, there is only one worksheet that I need to extract from each. The worksheet's name is "CostData". Once I have all the worksheets in one workbook, I will have to create buttons that will be able generate reports and charts based off the data in the worksheets. This will assist in determining cost comparisons, trends, and predictions. I am sure something like this has been done before, so can someone please help me out! Is there any code out there that can do this?
I am trying to mailmerge a spreadsheet relating to invoices. there are multiple rows for each company, however each row is a unique Invoice Number.
Instead of email mail merging normally, I want just one mail merge made for each company, where it lists the invoices there, rather than a whole new document per row. Otherwise I'd send one company 50 emails!
I have attached an example spreadhseet - and I have attached a screenshot of the word document Im working on.
Dont ask me where I got that code at the top of the word document - ive copied and pasted from somewhere - it might as well be written in italian. Im trying to match the mergefields with what I think it's trying to denote. Yet, I cant make an If then else mergefield?
Is it possible to do this sort of mail merge, then use the email column to designate where to send the finished merged product?
So what I want to do is add the numbers up so I can get one value. For example, 4RWHB I want to add them all up so that it totals 68 still shows the code and description but then only shows 68 4RWHB 4 Row Wooden Handle Welders Brush and not the same line repeated. I want to condense all the information down so where there is same model numbers I can add it up and it doesn't give me multiples but summarises it down into one line per model number.
I have a workbook with multiple sheets (21 sheets) in it. The header on each sheet begins at row B5. The actual data starts from row B6. The number of rows in each sheet varies and the last row contains the total for all columns that has numbers. I wish to have one sheet that combines data from all the 21 sheets. But;
1) The header should be repeated only once 2) Only the rows that has data should be included, blank rows should be ignored 3) I do not need the last row i.e. total to be considered while merging the sheets
I've given a snapshot of the data below. The first column contains the row number just for reference.
B5 Name Address Telephone Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec Jan Feb Mar Total Other Members B6 Tony PQR Complex Road 1 12345678
I want to create a string of 0's and 1's in the same cell in excel.
I used the function =randbetween(0,1) to generate 1's and 0's. Just wondered if there is a way to repeat this multiple times in same cell so it looks like 1 0 1 0 0 1 etc... as an example. Or a way to merge cells?
I'm currently doing a survey using an excel workbook that contains multiple questions across multiple worksheets using radio buttons linked to certain cells.
I have around 400 workbooks coming back to me, so what i want to do is take specific values from across many worksheets within each workbook and combine them into a large master table in a seperate workbook.
I've tried using VBA, but not being very proficient at it i've hit a brick wall with that, so i'm hoping that there is an easier way to do it than what i'm currently pursuing.
I have a data array of 7 col and 256 rows. I want to focus only on the first 2 columns though. Here is what is going on. In the first column I have numbers from 1-256, these numbers are merged to the appropriate size to accommodate the data in column 2. However, the data in column 2 is not merged, it consists of 1,2, or 3 lines of text. Excel deletes the text in the rows below 1 if I try to merge, excel does not allow multiple row merge selections. What I am looking for is a formula that looks at column 1, finds how many rows are being merged in column 1, then looks at column 2 and identifies the number of rows needed for merging and displays that text in only one row. Basically, it's a formula that merges multiple rows of text in col 2 depending on the number of merged rows in col 1.
No.Customer/Operator 1Fairbanks Morse / Beloit, WI 2H+H Umwelttechnik /
I know there are many ways to create an "All Data" worksheet. Copy & Paste is the most obvious or pasting named ranges into the new worksheet. I have a workbook with 48 tabs with up to 1000 rows of data per sheet. I need to merge each tab into one main "All Data" worksheet.
How to combine these 48 sheets in an easier way than the two options I already know (Copy/Past or Paste Named Range). Any Add-In's to Excel that can possibly do this? I am using Excel 2010.
How to make this "All Data" worksheet combining data from each sheet of the 48 tabs would be most useful.