With the macro below it is possible to compare excel sheets.
The result is displayed in a new workbook listing all cell differences.
Sub CompareWorksheets(ws1 As Worksheet, ws2 As Worksheet) Dim r As Long, c As Integer Dim lr1 As Long, lr2 As Long, lc1 As Integer, lc2 As Integer Dim maxR As Long, maxC As Integer, cf1 As String, cf2 As String Dim rptWB As Workbook, DiffCount As Long Application.ScreenUpdating = False Application.StatusBar = "Creating the report..." Set rptWB = Workbooks.Add Application.DisplayAlerts = False While Worksheets.Count > 1 Worksheets(2).Delete Wend Application.DisplayAlerts = True With ws1.UsedRange lr1 = .Rows.Count lc1 = .Columns.Count End With With ws2.UsedRange lr2 = .Rows.Count lc2 = .Columns.Count End With maxR = lr1 maxC = lc1 If maxR < lr2 Then maxR = lr2 If maxC < lc2 Then maxC = lc2 DiffCount = 0 For c = 1 To maxC Application.StatusBar = "Comparing cells " & Format(c / maxC, "0 %") & "..." For r = 1 To maxR cf1 = "" cf2 = "" On Error Resume Next cf1 = ws1.Cells(r, c).FormulaLocal cf2 = ws2.Cells(r, c).FormulaLocal On Error GoTo 0 If cf1 <> cf2 Then DiffCount = DiffCount + 1 Cells(r, c).Formula = "'" & cf1 & " <> " & cf2 End If Next r Next c Application.StatusBar = "Formatting the report..." With Range(Cells(1, 1), Cells(maxR, maxC)) .Interior.ColorIndex = 19 With .Borders(xlEdgeTop) .LineStyle = xlContinuous .Weight = xlHairline End With With .Borders(xlEdgeRight) .LineStyle = xlContinuous .Weight = xlHairline End With With .Borders(xlEdgeLeft) .LineStyle = xlContinuous .Weight = xlHairline End With With .Borders(xlEdgeBottom) .LineStyle = xlContinuous .Weight = xlHairline End With On Error Resume Next With .Borders(xlInsideHorizontal) .LineStyle = xlContinuous .Weight = xlHairline End With With .Borders(xlInsideVertical) .LineStyle = xlContinuous .Weight = xlHairline End With On Error GoTo 0 End With Columns("A:IV").ColumnWidth = 20 rptWB.Saved = True If DiffCount = 0 Then rptWB.Close False End If Set rptWB = Nothing Application.StatusBar = False Application.ScreenUpdating = True MsgBox DiffCount & " cells contain different formulas!", vbInformation, _ "Compare " & ws1.Name & " with " & ws2.Name End Sub
This example macro shows how to use the macro above:
Sub TestCompareWorksheets() ' compare two different worksheets in the active workbook CompareWorksheets Worksheets("Sheet1"), Worksheets("Sheet2") ' compare two different worksheets in two different workbooks CompareWorksheets ActiveWorkbook.Worksheets("Sheet1"), _ Workbooks("WorkBookName.xls").Worksheets("Sheet2") End Sub In this way we can compare 2 files.
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