Macro consolidating workbooks

The first three put the file name in the 4th 5th and 6th cell in the worksheet. Is it possible to make the macro pick up the name of each workbook it copies from so that I can identify where each tab has come from? Alan Elston Refh t t p : / / w w w.eileenslounge.com/viewtopic.php? As I said, The most likely cause of that error is that VBA has failed to found a worksheet with the name "IRS"The fact that you say …“I am actually able to pull in the "IRS" tab, however the code keeps looping where running thru that same "IRS"code line by line the code and will not continue to further script” … Second: At that code line point you have not yet „pulled in the "IRS" tab “. Paste Range -error here (424 )My File = Dir Loop End Sub Hi Krishna Priya, In some situations . Possibly this means that the Excel Clipboard is used in this case.

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Open(every Obj) 'change "A2" with cell reference of start point for every files here 'for example "B3: IV" to merge all files start from columns B and rows 3 'If you're files using more than IV column, change it to the latest column 'Also change "A" column on "A65536" to the same column as start point Range("A2: IV" & Range("A65536").

David has several workbooks that have several worksheets in each of them.

Currently I am spending some time here: excelfox.com/forum/forumdisplay.php/2-Excel-Help If you are not in a major rush I will be happy to help you there develop, what should be, a very simple solution to your problem. Worksheets(1) End If Next End Sub Sub Copy Sheets2() Dim wkb As Workbook Dim s Wks Name As String On Error Resume Next If Err. Also i have tried submitting mutually exclusive macros to pull in seperate worksheets using a master macro and call functions and the code still continually loops and errors out to a type 9 and will not continue past the first "IRS" string..ideas? When im using the master macro and call function the script looks like this Option Explicit Sub Master() Call Copy Sheets1 Call Copy Sheets2 Call copysheets3 End Sub Sub Copy Sheets1() Dim wkb As Workbook Dim s Wks Name As String s Wks Name = "IRS" For Each wkb In Workbooks If wkb. Alan Elston Hey Allen, Thank you for the great script.... Sheets(1) code is breaking here with subscript out of range error End If Next s Wks Name = "TRS" For Each wkb In Workbooks If wkb. If i can select the range of data in the sheet that need to be consolidated? that is all Sheet1 of all all workbooks will be combined, all Sheet2 of all workbooks will be combined.

It is easier there to exchange coding and test files. I am trying to draw in worksheets from open workbooks, then creating a "master" workbook. Please help Hi, I am getting this error when I run it: Run-time error '1004': Sorry, we couldn't find 3507_2018 I copied the following: Sub Combine Sheets() Dim s Path As String Dim s Fname As String Dim w Bk As Workbook Dim w Sht As Variant Application. Screen Updating = False s Path = Input Box("Enter a full path to workbooks") Ch Dir s Path s Fname = Input Box("Enter a filename pattern") s Fname = Dir(s Path & "\" & s Fname & ".xl*", vb Normal) w Sht = Input Box("Enter a worksheet name to copy") Do Until s Fname = "" Set w Bk = Workbooks. To combine it as separate worksheets isnt useful Hi Krishna Priya, It is difficult in the confines of a Comment section to give you all the help that you may need on this.

Getfolder("D:changetoexcelfilespathhere") Set files Obj = dir Obj.

Files For Each every Obj In files Obj Set book List = Workbooks.

Screen Updating = False Set merge Obj = Create Object("Scripting. I like to solve and automate any possible opportunity in Excel including in combination with Office Applications (Access, Outlook, Word, Power Point, Visio, etc) and other Non-Office Applications (SAP, IE, Batch, Configuration Management Tools, etc).

File System Object") 'change folder path of excel files here Set dir Obj = merge Obj. Note: All the solutions given here are published after thoroughly tested to my knowledge, however it is advised to keep a copy before you try it.

If you’ve got something to work on with several excel files.

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