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VBA - working with files videos | How do I copy sheets from multiple Excel files into one worksheet?
Posted by Andrew Gould on 03 April 2021
Learn how to import multiple Excel files into a single worksheet using VBA. You'll learn how to use the Dir function to loop through the files in a folder, open the files as Excel workbooks, copy the data from a worksheet and paste it to the bottom of a list.
This video has the following accompanying files:
|Copy Sheets from Multiple Workbooks into One Worksheet.xlsm||Excel workbook with macros|
|Movies 2000.xlsx||Excel workbook|
|Movies 2001.xlsx||Excel workbook|
|Movies 2002.xlsx||Excel workbook|
|Movies 2003.xlsx||Excel workbook|
|Movies 2004.xlsx||Excel workbook|
|Movies 2005.xlsx||Excel workbook|
|Movies 2006.xlsx||Excel workbook|
|Movies 2007.xlsx||Excel workbook|
|Movies 2008.xlsx||Excel workbook|
|Movies 2009.xlsx||Excel workbook|
|Movies 2010.xlsx||Excel workbook|
|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|
Click to download a zipped copy of the above files.
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