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Posted by Andrew Gould on 07 April 2021
This video explains how to loop through the Excel files in a folder, opening each one in turn then looping through the collection of worksheets in the workbook and copying the data from each worksheet into a master list in another workbook.
This video has the following accompanying files:
|Copy Multiple Sheets from Multiple Workbooks.xlsm||Excel workbook with macros|
|Movies 2011.xlsx||Excel workbook|
|Movies 2012.xlsx||Excel workbook|
|Movies 2013.xlsx||Excel workbook|
|Movies 2014.xlsx||Excel workbook|
|Movies 2015.xlsx||Excel workbook|
|Movies 2016.xlsx||Excel workbook|
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|When:||08 Sep 21 at 14:52|
I noticed a slight problem.
If the folder "My Files" contains a file with the same name as the workbook running the code, it fails on this line:
For Each ws In MovieFile.Worksheets
How can this be amended (other than NOT renaming a file with the same name)?
|When:||09 Sep 21 at 07:51|
Maybe you could do it like this instead https://www.wiseowl.co.uk/vba-macros/videos/vba-ado-net-recordsets/loop-worksheets-closed-workbook/
I hope it helps!
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