I need a macro in a workbook to look at all the files in the same folder that have "*att*.xls" in the name and determine and copy from the range A15:W515 only the rows that have data in at least columns A, C and D. Each file will vary as to how many rows there will be and there are more than the files with "*att*.xls" in the folder. The data will be on the only worksheet in each file and the worksheet is named "G2WAttendee_xls" the data from all the files need to be copied to the file called "Consolidated webinar reports.xls" (I am using Excel 2003) and to a sheet called "Attendance Data" and added to the end of the last paste.
At the start of the macro the current file "Consolidated webinar report.xls" should be saved to a sub folder of the current directory and have the date saved added to the name. The sub folder is called "Completed reports". The data in the original file on worksheet "Attendance Data" should be deleted.
At the end of the process all the files that have had data copied from them should be moved to the sub folder "Attendance reports consolidated" (This could be done as each file is closed if that is easier).
I have headings in row 1 of the "Attendance Data" worksheet that match the headings in the various files in the folder (which will always be in row 14 of the individual "*att*.xls" files).
The folder with all the files and the "Consolidated webinar report.xls" file is at path "Z:P and S MEvaluationsWebinar series 2012-13TB".
I have an Excel VBA Macro for creating/logging drawing numbers. Each drawing belongs to a job number. Each job number has a folder name containing the job number followed by a description (ie 999999 - bracket assembly) for storing drawing pdf's. The job number is only known as a 6 figure number in the drawing creation process BUT for the PDF saving process it is a string value...as my example above
I have to change my process by pre-creating the Job Number folder, then have the macro look for the appropriate folder by searching the parent folder for a sub folder containing the job number (always the first 6 figures).
I want to insert in my macro some code that searches...
The parent folder for a folder containing the job number. The macro value for the parent folder is P:engineeringdrawings (this never changes). the macro value for the job number is iOpenair (it's an entry that is entered as start the macro). Imagine the value for the job number is "999999"...so the search would be for "999999*.*" The code needs to search the parent folder, find the folder name that begins with a six digit number. Capture the complete name of the folder and store that name as a Dim value that I can call up elsewhere in my macro.
I am trying to open a website, then for excel to download the csv file, then for it to save it in a specific folder under a specific name and file format (excel).
I am successful at opening the website with the following code, but how to do the rest.
Sub Searchez() Dim IE As Object Set IE = CreateObject("InternetExplorer.Application") IE.Navigate "http://quote.morningstar.ca/Quicktakes/stock/keyratios.aspx?t=clwr®ion=USA&culture=en-CA&ops=clear" 'load web page google.com IE.Visible = True While IE.Busy DoEvents Wend
The code below looks at file names in column A and then goes to a folder and opens and copies the data in range c2 -lastrow from each file and pastes the data into sheet2.
how I could add to the code so that it also inserts the file name in column c?
It would make it easier to track the data in column B.
VB: Sub CopyFromFile() Dim fPath As String Dim lRow As Long
I have attached a sample workbook. The list of file name is in sheet 1. An example of the output is in sheet 2. The data in column A is dummy data generally spans 100's of rows not just 10 as in the example.
The purpose of the code is to be able to put a list of file names in column a in sheet 1 and extract data from those files in a folder. The data extraction works fine. The reson for adding the file names is so that I know what file the data came from.
I am trying to streamline the code in a macro. It has a BrowseForFolder to "set oFolder". Since the folder location is fixed, is ther a way to remove the browse function, and eliminate the selection process?
Set oApp = CreateObject("Shell.Application") Set oFolder = oApp.BrowseForFolder(0, "PLEASE SELECT FOLDER", 512, _ " est estfile") If Not oFolder Is Nothing Then foldername = oFolder.Self.Path If Right(foldername, 1) <> "" Then foldername = foldername & "" End If End If
The ultimate goal is to make the "oFolder" a string that can be variable for different paths.
I have code below which brings up a dialogue box and allows me to sect an excel file. Is there a way to change this code so the dialogue box will ask me to select a folder instead? I want to be able to select a folder and the rest of the code will open the files in the folder.
Sub Euro() Dim wb1 As Workbook Dim sFileName1 As String myMsg = "Please Select Euromcontact Value File" Response = MsgBox(myMsg, vbExclamation + vbOKOnly, myTitle) sFileName1 = Application. GetOpenFilename If sFileName1 = "False" Then Exit Sub Set wb1 = Workbooks.Open(Filename:=sFileName1) With wb1 .Activate End With End Sub
I want to create a macro that will select all the worksheets (names and quantity will vary) and saves the file as the current file's name but in PDF. Since I only know how to record a macro it specifies the worksheet names but I need it for various workbooks. The name will vary plus the number of tabs can go anywhere from 3 to 40.
I'd like to know if there is any way to move a .wav file located in a local folder to another known local folder?
I do not need to open the file.
I'd like to use a variable for the name of the .wav file if possible. And I'd also like to use a variable for the pathname of both the original folder and the one the file is moving to. (if that makes any difference).
Just striving to have this kind of "picture arrangement's macro" to work, macro that whenever you choose a certain cell and operate it on hotkey it'll:
1. Create a new folder named "PicturesAuto" beside the excel file (wherever the excel file located).
2. Inside folder "picturesAuto it'll create a new subfolder named by the same name of the sheet related to that cell you operated the macro upon. (let's say this cell placed on sheet named: "happysheet"- that'll be the name of the subfolder created.)
3. Inside the subfolder "happysheet" it'll create a new subfolder named by the text of the cell you activated the macro upon (let's say you initially operated the macro on B5 cell -which has the text "montana" so it'll create "montana" subfolder also inside subfolder "happysheet")
4. Lastly instead of having only the text "montana" in "B5 cell" like we had initially before activating the macro, the macro'll also add to that text "montana" the link to "montana" folder (path of excel file->picturesAuto->happysheet->montana)
The way I'm planning to use this is to add a lot of HR pictures inside those folders created by the macro that related to that specific sheet, and that specific cell I've activated the macro upon. Plus just having those pictures so organized is just outstanding in every scale, and the excel file will keep running smoothly without any resource consuming overload.
I have a folder that has multiple files that i would like to pull data from. This data is in the same cell in each file so all i would like to do is add the total value up at the end once it finished looping through all the files and display it on my sheet. Some of these files could have 1 worksheet where others might have 3-4. If I only have 1 file in the folder it works perfectly fine but as soon as the second file opens i get a Subscript Out of Range error (See code below for the line this error occurs on).
I am doing a project for work at the moment where by I have to manipulate a report compiled by an external program and do various bits and bobs to it. Trouble is, the other program creates a new version every time it runs the report (i.e filename.1.xls, and the next day filename.2.xls, and so on). Is there any way of searching the folder these files are in to find the newest file and select that one as the one to open and manipulate? There will be no files other than these in the folder.
Is there a way to write somethign that will go to a particular folder on your computer and bring back the Names of all files in that folder?
I need to build a sheet that lists certain information from each file, which is already included in the file name - trying to avoid opening hundreds of files just to get data from one cell....for example: