In this article, we are going to learn how to assemble the data from different workbooks through VBA in Microsoft Excel.
Let’s understand with a simple exercise, how to merge spread sheet through VBA in Microsoft Excel.
We have 3 different Excel files. 2 files are to xlsx and one file is to xlsm in a folder. We want to collate both data sets in Excel file to keep few things in mind that in every data, rows and columns can be increase and decrease, and also we don’t know the Excel file names and how many files are there in a folder.
In this sheet, we want to combine the data:-
Now, we want to collate the data in a sheet. We need to follow below given steps and code:-
Dim FolderpathAs String, filePath As String, Filename As String
Folderpath = “E:\Excel Tips\New VBA topics\HR Data\” ‘(mention the file path)
filePath = Folderpath& “*xls*”
Filename = Dir(filePath)
Dim LastrowAs Long, Lastcolumn As Long
Do While Filename <> “”
Workbooks.Open (Folderpath& Filename)
Lastrow = ActiveSheet.Cells(Rows.count, 1).End(xlUp).Row
Lastcolumn = ActiveSheet.Cells(1, Columns.count).End(xlToLeft).Column
Range(Cells(2, 1), Cells(Lastrow, Lastcolumn)).Copy
Application.DisplayAlerts = False
erow = Sheet1.Cells(Rows.count, 1).End(xlUp).Offset(1, 0).Row
ActiveSheet.Paste Destination:=Worksheets(“Sheet1″).Range(Cells(erow, 1), Cells(erow, 5))
Filename = Dir
Application.DisplayAlerts = True
Code explanation: – Firstly, we will define the all variable which we need to use while describing the code. Then we will use Do While loop in code to run the program for all Excel files. Then we will define the path of files, and after that we will define the last row and column in Excel sheet and then we will define the destination to paste the data.
This is the way we can collate the data in a sheet from different files of Excel through VBA in Microsoft Excel.
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