Multiply this by 12 for each month of the year and you start to have quite an horrendous copy and paste task if you want to pull it all together manually.
I’ve been working on some VBA macro code to pull the data range from each tab of the monthly return and then stack them on top of each other.
are these workbooks that are needed to be combined have only one sheet or more? With a subscription, you can access all the Cloud Class® courses to expand your education, prep for certifications, and get top-notch instructions. please note that this post belongs to a question asked by someone else.
I am trying to combine multiple workbooks into a single workbook in one single sheet(append contents of each documents on top of each other. Basically, I am trying to consolidate individual documents into one single master document, and view ,edit, compare etc.
I have chosen to go with the latter option so that I can easily flick through each months SLAM folders.
Eg, change I’ve included a few dummy SLAM files for Trust 1 and Trust 2 and a blank Consolidation workbook that includes the macro.If you download them and save them to a folder called Consolidation in the C drive to match the path in the script of C:\Consolidation\ you should be able to see the macro in action.I have a few dozen excel files which are all of the same format (i.e. I need to combine all the files into 1 master file which must have just 2 of the 4 worksheets.Since you wanted them on one sheet, I think the above isn't what you were looking for. Especially, if different sheets have a similar identifier (part number/contact person/ect).You create a "table" for each spreadsheet to be merged You create a "query" which pulls the desired columns to one sheet Please see the Consolidate Worksheets Wizard add-in for Excel The add-in has several merge modes, one of them does exactly what you need.are you trying to combine multiple workbooks into single workbook and each workbook as a worksheet into this single workbook? are you trying to combine multiple workbooks all into one single sheet? That’s why we’re bringing professional training courses to Experts Exchange. Professor Jim Jam, please follow link below for my question. For example workbook1 has following data Table Column a apple workbook2 Table Column b orange --Desired output Table Column a apple b orange --actual workbook has thousands of records in each workbooks. Instead of manually copy pasting header at the end, Yes, each workbooks have column headers. it will prompt to select the folder and excel files to merge. So, ideally, the consolidated workbook should have column headers and then entire worksheet data copied into it. to select all of them press control A and it will select all files and then once clicked ok then a new workbook will be opened with all of the merged data in single sheet. month 6 outpatient data from 5 PCT files consolidated into 1 summary workbook.I would now like to amend the code so that it will automatically loop through an array of worksheet names as each month’s report is opened so that outpatients and A&E and APC etc are consolidated in one go.So it can’t be combined into one file with everything in one sheet!I've never used VBA before and I'm wondering where I might start this task!Please see this link for a detailed description of the mode (how to combine sheets with the same name to one) The add-in is a shareware, but it has a 15-day fully-funtional trial version (download button at the top of the page), so you can merge thousands of your workbooks for free :) The selected worksheets will be moved or copied from the original workbook into your "Master" workbook. Because it has attracted low-quality or spam answers that had to be removed, posting an answer now requires 10 reputation on this site (the association bonus does not count).