I have about 100 csv files of the same format that I would like to append into a single master file. Order is not important for appending (I can do a column sort later) I can do copying and pasting, but this will take a long time especially because I will creating more master files from completely different CSVs in the future. Is there a faster way to append CSV files?
How do I write a vb macro that copies everything from multiple files, including sheets within files, and puts them into one master file. Here's what I have so far. I used a script from gnaga that worked great but it didn't copy seperate sheets. If you can help me out, I would greatly appreciate it.
Sub MergeSheets() Dim SrcBook As Workbook Dim fso As Object, f As Object, ff As Object, f1 As Object
Application.ScreenUpdating = False Set fso = CreateObject("Scripting.FileSystemObject") Set f = fso.Getfolder("C:Temp") Set ff = f.Files
I have approx 11 files in one folder and one master file with same format. 11 files are split user wise and user inuputting the remarks against the invoice in coloum Y and Z in their respective files. I want macro/forumul to collect all the remarks coloum from all users to master files against the respective invoice no.
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.
My project requires working with 3 different files, in my example here: Delivery Status, Warehouse, and Clients. Delivery Status is the master file where the information is gathered at first. Then when the product arrives, from the column "AI" I choose the Destination which it could be a warehouse or client. So far the code that I have can paste the information in different sheets within the File Warehouse, but can not make the difference between the File warehouse and the file Clients.
In the Delivery Status file I can choose from the Column AI whether the destination is a warehouse or a client and I need Excel to paste the information in the proper file. Have in mind that I have a lot of sheets in both files. I am attaching an example files with the code.
I have six files that are formatted the same(fld1-1.xlsx, fld1-2.xlsx...). Each file contains an I.D. number (random 25 digit number) in column A and a note (1-9) in column B. The only thing that changes between files is the note column. I want to pull from these six files into a master file. When all six files are combined the note column in the master file is complete, there are no duplicates. Because a blank vlookup returns a zero, could I use an IF formula. Something like IF VLOOKUP FROM data01(ISNUMBER(0), then vlookup in file data02. IF VLOOKUP FROM data02(ISNUMBER(0), then vlookup in file data03.
I have many folders (around 500) - each of them contains a excel file (the excel files have all the same name), ideally I would like to be able to run a macro from a master excel file that would allow me to add a sheet which I would create in the master excel file and add it to all of the excel files that are in the folders. So far I have used the code from the link: [URL]
VB: Sub CopyWorkbook() Dim sh As Worksheet, wb As workbook Set wb = workbooks("1.xlsx")
but when I change it from 2.xlsx to 1.xslx in the code it works just fine, copying the sheets from the file to itself.
I'm a relatively competent VBA user to a macro recorder and basic editing of custom code level but fall short with writing custom code and don't have much used or proven code I can copy from.
Problem: I'd like to automate a process whereby consolidating certain information within many data files (possibly up to 500) into a single tab within a master file.
At the moment there are only a few data files which are manually consolidated by way of manual links but going forward it will increase significantly, hence the need to automate.
I need to consolidate the following 5 cells from each data file A1, A2, A5, A7, A8 (vertical) into a single row within the master file across 5 columns (horizontal), i.e. each data file will populate 1 row in the master file, one below the other. If there are 500 data files there will be 500 rows of data in the master file.
The data files will be saved in a central location on our server and the master file will sit outside this folder, possibly in a subfolder.
Something which would be handy is a link in the master file to each data file, i.e. if I click on a data row in the master file it would jump to the source data file.
I am trying to make my macro more dynamic for a spreadsheet I am working on. I have this code which splits out worksheets (using the specific names of the worksheets-not dynamic) from a main workbook into template workbooks (which are basically just an empty workbook because I didn't know how else to do it) and then saves them using the paths below. I would like to make this more dynamic by splitting the different worksheets into new workbooks based on a key column in the hierarchy worksheet.
Basically I have a list of accounts in column B with the file name they should be exported to in column A. There are about 30 accounts being split into 6 different region files. Also note that the same account might be listed multiple times in column A (needed to add multiple numbers for other lookup formulas in the worksheets) but that account worksheet will still only be going to one of the six region files and not to multiple regions. After these are copied to an individual file I would like to save it to a location on my computer. All files will go to this location.
VB: Sub Create_Subfiles()
Dim FDMName As String Dim FBName As String Dim DIYName As String Dim WMName As String
I have a macro that transfers (copy/paste) information from one master file to several other individual files. The macro works, but I would like to enhance it by have it spit out errors in the process as follows: if cell A42 on file VP1.xls is not equal to Cell C35 on file Masterfile.xls then make cell E2 ERROR and fomat E2 bold-red, otherwise do nothing. The macro should continue regardless, I just want it to spot errors. I think this is pretty simple is just a matter of inserting an IF formula in the macro which is something i don't know how to do yet.
I have the following macro that imports data from several input files and rearranges it in a master file.I want to change it so that I can use it in each of the input files. Therefore, it should look in the input file for Spreadsheet "XYZ" and rearrange it in Spreadsheet "Data".
I have multiple excel files from which I would like to copy specific ranges to a master file. The row should add up to the previous rows. From this side I have no problems things work fine. The problem is to copy the header which remains the same data to the top of the master file. Currently the macro I use overwrite the first line of the master file. So I loose the date from one of the excel files.
I am trying to create a master file, with a macro built in, that will allow multiple users to use it at once. The macro is to open a dilouge(sp sorry) box showing the contents of a specific folder, allow the user to selct one of the sheets, then copy and paste the set details from the hidden tab on this sheet (All sheets will be the same barring title), append the details to the master list in the first empty row.
I've got this far thus Sub Macro1() ' ' Macro1 Macro ' ' ' Modify this folder path to point to the files you want to use. FolderPath = "My Folder name here"
' Set the current directory to the the folder path. ChDrive FolderPath
So I can copy the row, but I can't get the first part to open .
I was to combine 130 files into one file without having to open all the files, if it's possible if not, then I guess I'll have to open them up. All Files have the same number of columns but difference number of rows.
to separate a very large excel file into multiple files based on what's in a single column.
I am an intern at my district school board and I'd love to know if there is a way to do this.
In the attached file the first tab is an example of some of the information I have in my file. My file is thousands of rows larger. The next few tabs are examples of new files (not just new tabs) That I would like separated and saved somewhere on my hard drive.
Notice the files are split up based on the student.
Is there a way to parse out this information into new files? The file is huge and I need it to do this automatically. If it isn't possible to save new files, is it possible to parse out the students into new tabs? But I have too many students I think. How many Sheet Tabs can you have in 1 file?
i would like to use the application.getopenfilename to select multiple files, then with these file's would like to be able to use them to create a email with these files as the attachment. then move the files to a new location and delete the originals.
I have situation which needs expert advice. I have about 22 Excel files of different branches with similar data. I have to link some calculated cells from each of these files into one file to show the consolidated data. There are about 18 calculated cells in each file, so linking each one is practically impossible.
I'm trying to build a macro to open multiple files at one time that will always be saved in a consistent drive. The problem is that sometimes there will only be one file for a month (ie only at month-end) and other times, there may also be additional files for different dates throughout the month. I wont know ahead of time how many files there will be, but they will always be saved in the same file name type that is "FILE DESCRIPTION MM-DD-YYYY". How can I build a loop that looks for a file on each possible day but doesn't error out if the file doesn't exist?
I have a bunch of workbooks in a folder and I'm basically trying to take the average of the same specific range for each file. I have somewhat of a method for doing this where I separate it into several steps and grab bits of code for each step (there's descriptions on the code). How I can improve or streamline it?
Code: 'STEP 1 'run this first to combine multiple files/workbooks into one file 'Change MyPath to the folder location Sub Merge2MultiSheets()