Consolidating 2 excel sheets

are these workbooks that are needed to be combined have only one sheet or more?

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.

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I do not know vba and will try to learn at some point in time, I have been using codes from web to do some other minor automation with vba. it will prompt to select the folder and excel files to merge.

I used the following code and tested on some test workbooks and did append two workbooks contents into one but when doing the same with 2 real documents with one containing almost 5k rows and other a few hundred, it didnt append properly. I want the code to select all the data in each worksheet and just merge all into 1 workbook. ---Sub simple Xls Merger() Dim book List As Workbook Dim merge Obj As Object, dir Obj As Object, files Obj As Object, every Obj As Object Application. Files For Each every Obj In files Obj Set book List = Workbooks. 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.

Name, 1) 'check the last column in current looped sheet Sheets(sht. Range("A2", looped Sht Last Col & looped Sht Last Row). Copy 'copy all data in looped sheet Sheets(consol Sht Nm).

For example each workbooks have columns from A to CL and each workbooks have the same heading only with varying number of rows in each documents.

This Excel tutorial explains how to combine / consolidate worksheets into one worksheet. – The first column is the worksheet name, consolidated data starts from B2 – Row 1 header is intentionally left blank in case consolidated worksheets are not in same number of columns, otherwise I don’t know which worksheet header to copy – Consolidation order is from the left worksheet to the right worksheet, in this example, worksheet “salary2” is on the left Wyman is a Human Resources professional based in Hong Kong, specialized in business analysis, project management, data transformation with Access and Excel.

You may also want to read: Excel VBA combine worksheets columns into one worksheet Excel VBA consolidate multiple workbooks into one workbook In this tutorial, I will show how to consolidate worksheets into one worksheet within the same workbook using VBA. Name Like data Sht Nm Then consol Last Row = col Last Row(consol Sht Nm, "B") 'check the last row in consol sheet looped Sht Last Row = col Last Row(sht. Name Next i End If Next sht End If End If End If End If End Sub Public Function col Last Row(worksheet Nm As String, col Nm As String) As Integer col Last Row = Worksheets(worksheet Nm).

The columns I am interested in each workshets are "Date Plan", "Date Compelted" and "variance" and "Project Code" I then want data from all these column to be extracted in a Report worksheet and later want to do a trend chart by sorting all dates in chronological order. Range("B1") 'Iterate columnheaders from beginning on current sheet Do While Selection Now you can easily sort dates in chronological order and create a trendchart.

This vba code copies all values from each column header in each sheet to "consolidate" sheet. Remember column headers must be on row 1 in each sheet. Answer: Excel 2007 array formula in D2: =IFERROR(INDEX(List1, ROWS(D1:$D

For example each workbooks have columns from A to CL and each workbooks have the same heading only with varying number of rows in each documents.

This Excel tutorial explains how to combine / consolidate worksheets into one worksheet. – The first column is the worksheet name, consolidated data starts from B2 – Row 1 header is intentionally left blank in case consolidated worksheets are not in same number of columns, otherwise I don’t know which worksheet header to copy – Consolidation order is from the left worksheet to the right worksheet, in this example, worksheet “salary2” is on the left Wyman is a Human Resources professional based in Hong Kong, specialized in business analysis, project management, data transformation with Access and Excel.

You may also want to read: Excel VBA combine worksheets columns into one worksheet Excel VBA consolidate multiple workbooks into one workbook In this tutorial, I will show how to consolidate worksheets into one worksheet within the same workbook using VBA. Name Like data Sht Nm Then consol Last Row = col Last Row(consol Sht Nm, "B") 'check the last row in consol sheet looped Sht Last Row = col Last Row(sht. Name Next i End If Next sht End If End If End If End If End Sub Public Function col Last Row(worksheet Nm As String, col Nm As String) As Integer col Last Row = Worksheets(worksheet Nm).

The columns I am interested in each workshets are "Date Plan", "Date Compelted" and "variance" and "Project Code" I then want data from all these column to be extracted in a Report worksheet and later want to do a trend chart by sorting all dates in chronological order. Range("B1") 'Iterate columnheaders from beginning on current sheet Do While Selection Now you can easily sort dates in chronological order and create a trendchart.

This vba code copies all values from each column header in each sheet to "consolidate" sheet. Remember column headers must be on row 1 in each sheet. Answer: Excel 2007 array formula in D2: =IFERROR(INDEX(List1, ROWS(D1:$D$1)), IFERROR(INDEX(List2, […] Remember to convert less than and larger than signs to html character entities before you post your comment.

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For example each workbooks have columns from A to CL and each workbooks have the same heading only with varying number of rows in each documents.This Excel tutorial explains how to combine / consolidate worksheets into one worksheet. – The first column is the worksheet name, consolidated data starts from B2 – Row 1 header is intentionally left blank in case consolidated worksheets are not in same number of columns, otherwise I don’t know which worksheet header to copy – Consolidation order is from the left worksheet to the right worksheet, in this example, worksheet “salary2” is on the left Wyman is a Human Resources professional based in Hong Kong, specialized in business analysis, project management, data transformation with Access and Excel.You may also want to read: Excel VBA combine worksheets columns into one worksheet Excel VBA consolidate multiple workbooks into one workbook In this tutorial, I will show how to consolidate worksheets into one worksheet within the same workbook using VBA. Name Like data Sht Nm Then consol Last Row = col Last Row(consol Sht Nm, "B") 'check the last row in consol sheet looped Sht Last Row = col Last Row(sht. Name Next i End If Next sht End If End If End If End If End Sub Public Function col Last Row(worksheet Nm As String, col Nm As String) As Integer col Last Row = Worksheets(worksheet Nm). The columns I am interested in each workshets are "Date Plan", "Date Compelted" and "variance" and "Project Code" I then want data from all these column to be extracted in a Report worksheet and later want to do a trend chart by sorting all dates in chronological order. Range("B1") 'Iterate columnheaders from beginning on current sheet Do While Selection Now you can easily sort dates in chronological order and create a trendchart.This vba code copies all values from each column header in each sheet to "consolidate" sheet. Remember column headers must be on row 1 in each sheet. Answer: Excel 2007 array formula in D2: =IFERROR(INDEX(List1, ROWS(D1:$D$1)), IFERROR(INDEX(List2, […] Remember to convert less than and larger than signs to html character entities before you post your comment.

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Column row Last Col Nm = Split(Cells(1, row Last Col Num).

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