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Wie kombiniere ich mehrere Arbeitsmappen in einer Master-Arbeitsmappe in Excel?

Waren Sie jemals festgefahren, als Sie mehrere Arbeitsmappen in einer Master-Arbeitsmappe in Excel kombinieren mussten? Das Schrecklichste ist, dass die Arbeitsmappen, die Sie kombinieren müssen, mehrere Arbeitsblätter enthalten. Und wie kombiniere ich nur die angegebenen Arbeitsblätter mehrerer Arbeitsmappen zu einer Arbeitsmappe? Dieses Tutorial zeigt verschiedene nützliche Methoden, mit denen Sie das Problem Schritt für Schritt lösen können.


Kombinieren Sie mehrere Arbeitsmappen zu einer Arbeitsmappe mit der Funktion Verschieben oder Kopieren

Wenn nur einige Arbeitsmappen kombiniert werden müssen, können Sie mit dem Befehl Verschieben oder Kopieren Arbeitsblätter manuell von der ursprünglichen Arbeitsmappe in die Master-Arbeitsmappe verschieben oder kopieren.

1. Öffnen Sie die Arbeitsmappen, die Sie zu einer Master-Arbeitsmappe zusammenführen möchten.

2. Wählen Sie die Arbeitsblätter in der ursprünglichen Arbeitsmappe aus, die Sie verschieben oder in die Master-Arbeitsmappe kopieren möchten.

Hinweise:

1). Sie können mehrere nicht benachbarte Arbeitsblätter auswählen, indem Sie die Taste gedrückt halten Ctrl Taste und klicken Sie nacheinander auf die Blattregisterkarten.

2). Um mehrere benachbarte Arbeitsblätter auszuwählen, klicken Sie bitte auf die erste Blattregisterkarte und halten Sie die gedrückt Verschiebung Klicken Sie auf die Registerkarte "Letztes Blatt", um alle auszuwählen.

3). Sie können mit der rechten Maustaste auf eine beliebige Blattregisterkarte klicken und auf klicken Wählen Sie Alle Tabellen aus Wählen Sie im Kontextmenü alle Arbeitsblätter in der Arbeitsmappe gleichzeitig aus.

3. Klicken Sie nach Auswahl der erforderlichen Arbeitsblätter mit der rechten Maustaste auf die Registerkarte Blatt, und klicken Sie dann auf Verschieben oder Kopieren aus dem Kontextmenü. Siehe Screenshot:

4. Dann die Verschieben oder Kopieren Das Dialogfeld wird im angezeigt Buchen Wählen Sie in der Dropdown-Liste die Master-Arbeitsmappe aus, in die Sie Arbeitsblätter verschieben oder kopieren möchten. Wählen Sie Verschieben, um im zu enden Vor dem Blatt Aktivieren Sie das Kontrollkästchen Erstellen Sie eine Kopie Kästchen und klicken Sie schließlich auf OK .

Dann können Sie Arbeitsblätter in zwei Arbeitsmappen sehen, die zu einer zusammengefasst sind. Bitte wiederholen Sie die obigen Schritte, um Arbeitsblätter aus anderen Arbeitsmappen in die Master-Arbeitsmappe zu verschieben.


Kombinieren Sie mehrere Arbeitsmappen oder bestimmte Arbeitsmappenblätter mit VBA zu einer Master-Arbeitsmappe

Wenn mehrere Arbeitsmappen zu einer zusammengeführt werden müssen, können Sie die folgenden VBA-Codes anwenden, um dies schnell zu erreichen. Bitte gehen Sie wie folgt vor.

1. Legen Sie alle Arbeitsmappen, die Sie kombinieren möchten, in einem Verzeichnis unter demselben Verzeichnis ab.

2. Starten Sie eine Excel-Datei (diese Arbeitsmappe ist die Hauptarbeitsmappe).

3. Drücken Sie die Taste Andere + F11 Schlüssel zum Öffnen der Microsoft Visual Basic für Anwendungen Fenster. In dem Microsoft Visual Basic für Anwendungen Klicken Sie im Fenster Insert > ModulKopieren Sie dann den folgenden VBA-Code in das Modulfenster.

VBA-Code 1: Führen Sie mehrere Excel-Arbeitsmappen zu einer zusammen

Sub GetSheets()
'Updated by Extendoffice 2019/2/20
Path = "C:\Users\dt\Desktop\dt kte\"
Filename = Dir(Path & "*.xlsx")
  Do While Filename <> ""
  Workbooks.Open Filename:=Path & Filename, ReadOnly:=True
     For Each Sheet In ActiveWorkbook.Sheets
     Sheet.Copy After:=ThisWorkbook.Sheets(1)
  Next Sheet
     Workbooks(Filename).Close
     Filename = Dir()
  Loop
End Sub
	

Hinweise:

1. Der obige VBA-Code behält die Blattnamen der ursprünglichen Arbeitsmappen nach dem Zusammenführen bei.

2. Wenn Sie nach dem Zusammenführen unterscheiden möchten, welche Arbeitsblätter in der Master-Arbeitsmappe von wo stammen, wenden Sie den folgenden VBA-Code 2 an.

3. Wenn Sie nur bestimmte Arbeitsblätter der Arbeitsmappen zu einer Master-Arbeitsmappe kombinieren möchten, kann der folgende VBA-Code 3 hilfreich sein.

In VBA-CodesC: \ Benutzer \ DT168 \ Desktop \ KTE \”Ist der Ordnerpfad. Im VBA-Code 3 "Sheet1, Sheet3"sind die angegebenen Arbeitsblätter der Arbeitsmappen, die Sie zu einer Master-Arbeitsmappe kombinieren. Sie können sie je nach Bedarf ändern.

VBA-Code 2: Arbeitsmappen zu einer zusammenführen (jedes Arbeitsblatt wird mit dem Präfix seines ursprünglichen Dateinamens benannt):

Sub MergeWorkbooks()
'Updated by Extendoffice 2019/2/20
Dim xStrPath As String
Dim xStrFName As String
Dim xWS As Worksheet
Dim xMWS As Worksheet
Dim xTWB As Workbook
Dim xStrAWBName As String
On Error Resume Next
xStrPath = "C:\Users\DT168\Desktop\KTE\"
xStrFName = Dir(xStrPath & "*.xlsx")
Application.ScreenUpdating = False
Application.DisplayAlerts = False
Set xTWB = ThisWorkbook
Do While Len(xStrFName) > 0
    Workbooks.Open Filename:=xStrPath & xStrFName, ReadOnly:=True
    xStrAWBName = ActiveWorkbook.Name
    For Each xWS In ActiveWorkbook.Sheets
    xWS.Copy After:=xTWB.Sheets(xTWB.Sheets.Count)
    Set xMWS = xTWB.Sheets(xTWB.Sheets.Count)
    xMWS.Name = xStrAWBName & "(" & xMWS.Name & ")"
    Next xWS
    Workbooks(xStrAWBName).Close
    xStrFName = Dir()
Loop
Application.ScreenUpdating = True
Application.DisplayAlerts = True
End Sub

VBA-Code 3: Führen Sie bestimmte Arbeitsblätter von Arbeitsmappen zu einer Master-Arbeitsmappe zusammen:

Sub MergeSheets2()
'Updated by Extendoffice 2019/2/20
Dim xStrPath As String
Dim xStrFName As String
Dim xWS As Worksheet
Dim xMWS As Worksheet
Dim xTWB As Workbook
Dim xStrAWBName As String
Dim xI As Integer
On Error Resume Next

xStrPath = " C:\Users\DT168\Desktop\KTE\"
xStrName = "Sheet1,Sheet3"

xArr = Split(xStrName, ",")

Application.ScreenUpdating = False
Application.DisplayAlerts = False
Set xTWB = ThisWorkbook
xStrFName = Dir(xStrPath & "*.xlsx")
Do While Len(xStrFName) > 0
Workbooks.Open Filename:=xStrPath & xStrFName, ReadOnly:=True
xStrAWBName = ActiveWorkbook.Name
For Each xWS In ActiveWorkbook.Sheets
For xI = 0 To UBound(xArr)
If xWS.Name = xArr(xI) Then
xWS.Copy After:=xTWB.Sheets(xTWB.Sheets.count)
Set xMWS = xTWB.Sheets(xTWB.Sheets.count)
xMWS.Name = xStrAWBName & "(" & xArr(xI) & ")"
Exit For
End If
Next xI
Next xWS
Workbooks(xStrAWBName).Close
xStrFName = Dir()
Loop
Application.ScreenUpdating = True
Application.DisplayAlerts = True

End Sub

4. Drücken Sie die Taste F5 Schlüssel zum Ausführen des Codes. Anschließend werden alle Arbeitsblätter oder angegebenen Arbeitsblätter der Arbeitsmappen in einem bestimmten Ordner gleichzeitig zu einer Master-Arbeitsmappe kombiniert.


Kombinieren Sie einfach mehrere Arbeitsmappen oder bestimmte Arbeitsmappenblätter zu einer Arbeitsmappe

Glücklicherweise Kombinieren Arbeitsmappen-Dienstprogramm von Kutools for Excel macht es viel einfacher, mehrere Arbeitsmappen zu einer zusammenzuführen. Lassen Sie uns sehen, wie diese Funktion beim Kombinieren mehrerer Arbeitsmappen funktioniert.

Vor der Bewerbung Kutools for Excel, Bitte Laden Sie es zuerst herunter und installieren Sie es.

1. Erstellen Sie eine neue Arbeitsmappe und klicken Sie auf Kutools Plus > Kombinieren. Anschließend wird ein Dialogfeld angezeigt, das Sie daran erinnert, dass alle kombinierten Arbeitsmappen gespeichert werden sollten und die Funktion nicht auf geschützte Arbeitsmappen angewendet werden kann. Klicken Sie auf OK .

2. In dem Arbeitsblätter kombinieren Assistent auswählen Kombinieren Sie mehrere Arbeitsblätter aus Arbeitsmappen zu einer Arbeitsmappe Option, und klicken Sie dann auf Weiter Taste. Siehe Screenshot:

3. In dem Arbeitsblätter kombinieren - Schritt 2 von 3 Klicken Sie im Dialogfeld auf die Schaltfläche Verwenden Sie > Reichen Sie das or Mappe Um die Excel-Dateien hinzuzufügen, werden Sie zu einer zusammengeführt. Klicken Sie nach dem Hinzufügen der Excel-Dateien auf beenden Klicken Sie auf die Schaltfläche und wählen Sie einen Ordner aus, um die Master-Arbeitsmappe zu speichern. Siehe Screenshot:

Jetzt werden alle Arbeitsmappen zu einer zusammengeführt.

Im Vergleich zu den beiden oben genannten Methoden Kutools for Excel hat folgende Vorteile:

  • 1) Alle Arbeitsmappen und Arbeitsblätter werden im Dialogfeld aufgelistet.
  • 2) Deaktivieren Sie für die Arbeitsblätter, die Sie vom Zusammenführen ausschließen möchten, diese Option.
  • 3) Leere Arbeitsblätter werden automatisch ausgeschlossen.
  • 4) Der ursprüngliche Dateiname wird nach dem Zusammenführen als Präfix zum Blattnamen hinzugefügt.
  • Weitere Funktionen dieser Funktion finden Sie unter Bitte besuchen Sie hier.

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    venkatesh · 4 months ago
    hai sir i want know code for copying multiple sheets in one excel to multiple excels
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    venkatesh · 4 months ago
    hai sir i want know code for copying multiple sheets in one excel to multiple excels
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    noelle · 7 months ago
    how to use VBA code 1 to amend and make it runs to combine all the .xlsx files into one excel file and each excel spreedsheet tab in the combined excel file should be named as original file name.thanks
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    Steve · 7 months ago
    What part of VBA code 3 specifies the name of the worksheet to be copied?

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    crystal · 9 months ago
    @Rajni bala Good day,
    I recommend the first option "Combine multiple worksheets from workbooks into one worksheet" of the Combine feature in Kutools for Excel to handle this work.
    You can open the below hyperlink for more details of this option:
    https://www.extendoffice.com/product/kutools-for-excel/excel-combine-worksheets-into-one.html#a1
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    Rajni bala · 9 months ago
    sir i want to compile different worksheets from different workbook into one master sheet
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    Rangaswamy · 9 months ago
    Hi, While combining the worksheets from different workbooks, I want it to be paste special values. How to do that?
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    RameshPK · 1 years ago
    Hello Sir,
    When I run the VBA code 1, as per the instructions given. The script ran without any errors. but I could see in the master file
    1) each xls file from the directory got created 2 times in the master workbook.
    2) if master file name falls in between the other sheet names (ex: file1.xls, file2.xls, file3_master.xls, file4.xls ... ) then file4.xls is not being added into the file3_master.xls file.
    file1, file2 got created 2 times...

    Please help how to address this ?

    Thank you,
    Ramesh
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    Rajesh Chintamaneni · 1 years ago
    @crystal Can we Tweak it to get only orginal sheet name?
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    Sippika Kwatra · 1 years ago
    In VBA 2 option my sheet names as Name.xlsx - Can we remove .xlsx?
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    Ai · 1 years ago
    hello, vba code 3 isn't worked with me. can anyone help me? i'm using excel 2016. the code hasn't error. but, it can't worked. thanks
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    ltrung · 1 years ago
    Hello, can anyone advise me please if it is possible to combine workbooks NOT into the one where I have(run) the button with VBA macro BUT to a completely different new workbook? So basically I would like to know if it is possible to create a macro in VBA that would create new workbook(file) with combined data from other workbooks? Would greatly appreciate your help! Thank you!
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    Gerdy · 1 years ago
    Say you want to combine workbooks by fives or twos or tens. So basically, if you have 50 workbooks and you want to combine them by fives, you'll have 10 workbooks, each having 5 workbooks worth of data by the end of it. How do you tweak this data?
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    crystal · 2 years ago
    @shashank Good day,
    After applying the above VBA 2, the original worksheets' information (the workbook names) will be added to the corresponding worksheet names as prefix.
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    shashank · 2 years ago
    VBA Code2 is working but the sheet names are "Consolidated"1,2 and so on not the original workbook names, How can I get the sheet names as original workbook names. Pls anyone help me..
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    Treb · 2 years ago
    Tanx for this, it helps me a lot... looking forward for more help from you. God bless you always.
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    giorgia.fattorini@gmail.com · 2 years ago
    @crystal Hi Crystal,
    how can I copy only the first sheet of each folder?
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    crystal · 2 years ago
    @dezignextllc@gmail.com I’m glad I could help ^_^
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    crystal · 2 years ago
    @Chris Hi Chris,
    If you want to distinguish which worksheets in the master workbook came from where after merging, please apply the below VBA code to solve the problem.

    Sub MergeWorkbooks()
    Dim xStrPath As String
    Dim xStrFName As String
    Dim xWS As Worksheet
    Dim xMWS As Worksheet
    Dim xTWB As Workbook
    Dim xStrAWBName As String
    On Error Resume Next
    xStrPath = "C:\Users\DT168\Desktop\KTE\"
    xStrFName = Dir(xStrPath & "*.xlsx")
    Application.ScreenUpdating = False
    Application.DisplayAlerts = False
    Set xTWB = ThisWorkbook
    Do While Len(xStrFName) > 0
    Workbooks.Open Filename:=xStrPath & xStrFName, ReadOnly:=True
    xStrAWBName = ActiveWorkbook.Name
    For Each xWS In ActiveWorkbook.Sheets
    xWS.Copy After:=xTWB.Sheets(xTWB.Sheets.Count)
    Set xMWS = xTWB.Sheets(xTWB.Sheets.Count)
    xMWS.Name = xStrAWBName & "(" & xMWS.Name & ")"
    Next xWS
    Workbooks(xStrAWBName).Close
    xStrFName = Dir()
    Loop
    Application.ScreenUpdating = True
    Application.DisplayAlerts = True
    End Sub
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    crystal · 2 years ago
    @Jonel Hi Jonel,
    The following code can help you solve the problem. You need to replace folder path and "Sheet1, Sheet3" with the specified folder path and worksheets as you need.

    Sub MergeSheets2()
    Dim xStrPath As String
    Dim xStrFName As String
    Dim xWS As Worksheet
    Dim xMWS As Worksheet
    Dim xTWB As Workbook
    Dim xStrAWBName As String
    Dim xI As Integer
    On Error Resume Next

    xStrPath = " C:\Users\DT168\Desktop\KTE\"
    xStrName = "Sheet1,Sheet3"

    xArr = Split(xStrName, ",")

    Application.ScreenUpdating = False
    Application.DisplayAlerts = False
    Set xTWB = ThisWorkbook
    xStrFName = Dir(xStrPath & "*.xlsx")
    Do While Len(xStrFName) > 0
    Workbooks.Open Filename:=xStrPath & xStrFName, ReadOnly:=True
    xStrAWBName = ActiveWorkbook.Name
    For Each xWS In ActiveWorkbook.Sheets
    For xI = 0 To UBound(xArr)
    If xWS.Name = xArr(xI) Then
    xWS.Copy After:=xTWB.Sheets(xTWB.Sheets.count)
    Set xMWS = xTWB.Sheets(xTWB.Sheets.count)
    xMWS.Name = xStrAWBName & "(" & xArr(xI) & ")"
    Exit For
    End If
    Next xI
    Next xWS
    Workbooks(xStrAWBName).Close
    xStrFName = Dir()
    Loop
    Application.ScreenUpdating = True
    Application.DisplayAlerts = True

    End Sub
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    dezignextllc@gmail.com · 2 years ago
    I like using this technique better than using traditional "3D Formula" techniques in Excel.
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    Jonel · 2 years ago
    Note: This VBA code can merge the entire workbooks into the master workbook, if you want to combine specified worksheets of the workbooks, this code will not work.

    Can we have the module for VBA that above scene will work,
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    Chris · 2 years ago
    When I run this, each sheet in the new workbook is being named based off of the sheet names of the original document rather than the filenames. Any idea what I might be doing wrong?
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    Owen · 2 years ago
    It didnt work for me then I realized my files are .xlsx, so added the missing "x" to the Filename line.
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    crystal · 2 years ago
    @Simona Pandele Good day,
    Please make sure you have put "\" at the end of your path. Thanks for your comment.
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    Justin · 2 years ago
    This worked for me but I had to make sure I have to put "\" at the end of my path. Initially, I didn't have it and it wouldn't work.
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    Simona Pandele · 2 years ago
    The VBA code isn't working for me. I have entered my path but is there anything else that I need to customize to make it run? I can't easily see what else I might need to enter.
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    janu · 3 years ago
    code not worked can anyone help me
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    Daniela · 3 years ago
    Big thanks! It was just what I needed
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    dekeyser1976@gmail.com · 3 years ago
    @kevin Hi, I run into an syntaxis error while I execute this code (I also need just to combine sheet 1 from around 250 seperate .xls files into one file). I am not a VBA specialist.


    This below pops up in yellow.
    Sub MergeFilesWithoutSpaces()

    Another question: do I need to replace the "c:\test\"path by my path where these 250 .xls are stored?
    Any other modifications to this code?


    Much appreciated!
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    Gavin · 3 years ago
    This doesn't seem to mention the easiest method (at least for a limited number of sheets): simply drag the tab at the bottom of each sheet to the new workbook.
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    Muhammad · 3 years ago
    @Nahid Use the remove duplicates option in Excel 2016

    https://support.office.com/en-us/article/Filter-for-unique-values-or-remove-duplicate-values-ccf664b0-81d6-449b-bbe1-8daaec1e83c2
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    Nahid · 3 years ago
    Hello All, please help me.

    I have one old worksheet list with their email address and one new worksheet, how can I merge this two list and take the duplicates and have the one with email address from duplicates
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    Tanner Markley · 3 years ago
    Thank you for providing the VBA code!
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    · 3 years ago
    Hi everyone,

    First of all I have to tell that I have no experience with Macro (VBA Codes). However what I need is related to this. Maybe you guys could help me with it.

    I have a workbook and in this workbook there are 10 worksheets. The first 9 Sheets have the same order of the coloumns of titles and in these columns there are names, dates, percentages of Project Status, comments to Projects etc.. As I said the columns have the same order just the name of the worksheets (for different Teams in the Organisation) are different.

    In Addition to this I have to merge all the worksheets and have them in another sheet which is called "Übersicht" (Overview). However there is a different column in the sheet and it's between "Nr." and "Thema" columns (which are in A1 and A2 in all the 9 Sheets) and this different column called "Kategorie" (in A2 in Übersicht-Overwiev sheet). As this column is between These the order is like this "Nr. (A1), Kategorie (A2) and Thema (A3).....".So this category column (Kategorie) should be empty except this all the Information should be merged into this sheet. And also when there is a Change or update in any worksheet, the Information in "Übersicht" (Overview) sheet needs to update by itself. How can I do this?

    I hope I explained it well. Thanks a lot in advance!

    I wish you merry Christmas and a happy new year!

    oduff
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    Snow · 3 years ago
    Thank you for the VB code it has helped me with my job to make it easy.
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    James Gibson · 3 years ago
    When merging multiple Excel files, how can I get the merge routine to skip the first row on all but the first worksheet (so that only data are in the merged file, not variable names with each new Excel worksheet that gets added to the merged data set)?
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    adamwgrise@gmail.com · 3 years ago
    @adamwgrise@gmail.com Update: I have discovered that there is *just* enough variance in column headers such that I can identify which is which, and from there I can rename the sheets based on those properties. It appears that will work for now, but I'd be curious if it's still possible to do what I'd originally thought.
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    adamwgrise@gmail.com · 3 years ago
    By the way, I'm using Excel 2016 and here's the code I have, which seems to work correctly:

    Sub mergeFiles()
    Dim numberOfFilesChosen, i As Integer
    Dim tempFileDialog As FileDialog
    Dim mainWorkbook, sourceWorkbook As Workbook
    Dim tempWorkSheet As Worksheet

    Set mainWorkbook = Application.ActiveWorkbook
    Set tempFileDialog = Application.FileDialog(msoFileDialogFilePicker)

    tempFileDialog.AllowMultiSelect = True

    numberOfFilesChosen = tempFileDialog.Show

    For i = 1 To tempFileDialog.SelectedItems.Count

    Workbooks.Open tempFileDialog.SelectedItems(i)

    Set sourceWorkbook = ActiveWorkbook

    For Each tempWorkSheet In sourceWorkbook.Worksheets
    tempWorkSheet.Copy after:=mainWorkbook.Sheets(mainWorkbook.Worksheets.Count)
    Next tempWorkSheet

    sourceWorkbook.Close
    Next i

    End Sub
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    adamwgrise@gmail.com · 3 years ago
    This code is great. One question.

    The team I'm building a workbook for gets data from several external sources, and many of the sheets appear similar and have the same name. This makes it hard to identify the sources of data just by looking at the sheets. However, each workbook will have a different file name.

    For example, if I pull in three files: Book1, Book2, Book3, and each of them has two sheets: SheetA, SheetB... After all is said and done, there isn't a clear way to distinguish which sheets came from where, since the sheet names will just be: SheetA, SheetB, SheetA (2), SheetB (2), SheetA (3), SheetB (3).

    Instead if they could be renamed to SheetABook1, SheetBBook1, SheetABook2, SheetBBook2, etc. they'd be more identifiable. Is there a way to have the VBA tack on the file name to the existing sheet names?
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    jay · 3 years ago
    Run-time error '1004':
    Copy method of worksheet class failed
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    kevin · 3 years ago
    I am using the code below to combined sheet 1 of multiple workbooks, but now I actually need to combine sheet 2 of multiple work books. Can any one please help me with what I need to change on the coding to combine sheet 2 instead of sheet 1.

    Sub MergeFilesWithoutSpaces()
    Dim path As String, ThisWB As String, lngFilecounter As Long
    Dim wbDest As Workbook, shtDest As Worksheet, ws As Worksheet
    Dim Filename As String, Wkb As Workbook
    Dim CopyRng As Range, Dest As Range
    Dim RowofCopySheet As Integer ThisWB = ActiveWorkbook.Name

    path = "c:\Test\"

    RowofCopySheet = 2

    Application.EnableEvents = False
    Application.ScreenUpdating = False

    Set shtDest = ActiveWorkbook.Sheets(1)
    Filename = Dir(path & "\*.xls", vbNormal)
    If Len(Filename) = 0 Then Exit Sub
    Do Until Filename = vbNullString
    If Not Filename = ThisWB Then Set Wkb = Workbooks.Open(Filename:=path & "\" & Filename)
    Set CopyRng = Wkb.Sheets(1).Range(Cells(RowofCopySheet, 1), Cells(Cells(Rows.Count, 1).End(xlUp).Row, Cells(1, Columns.Count).End(xlToLeft).Column))
    Set Dest = shtDest.Range("A" & shtDest.Cells(Rows.Count, 1).End(xlUp).Row + 1)
    CopyRng.Copy
    Dest.PasteSpecial xlPasteFormats
    Dest.PasteSpecial xlPasteValuesAndNumberFormats
    Application.CutCopyMode = False 'Clear Clipboard'
    Wkb.Close False

    End If

    Filename = Dir()

    Loop

    End Sub
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    Hitesh · 3 years ago
    i want to combine data from multiple work books (excel file) whc includes 8 sheets
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    Lawrance · 3 years ago
    @Kevin Coutts Hi,


    When execute the above script Workbooks.Open Filename:= shows error expected statment. Could you please helpw me to resolve the issue
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    Lawrance · 3 years ago
    Error Line: Workbooks.Open Filename:=
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    Lawrance · 3 years ago
    @Kevin Coutts Hi All,


    When I execute the above script it shows Line 6 Char 27 Expected Statement. Could you please help me to resolve the issue.
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    ibra · 3 years ago
    how can I copy specific same cells for expamle (between A1-A15 for each excel sheet )from different files and paste all of them into a worksheet?
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    DS · 3 years ago
    @samuel Birch Thanks a lot. Your code worked well.
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    shuk · 3 years ago
    @Shuk Got the solution for using both the formats i.e. ".xls" and ".xlsx" of excel spread sheet and code is given below:

    Sub GetSheet()
    Dim temp As String
    Path = "Z:\.....\reports\"
    Filename = Dir(Path & "*.xl??")
    Do While Filename ""
    Workbooks.Open Filename:=Path & Filename, ReadOnly:=True
    temp = ActiveWorkbook.Name
    ActiveSheet.Name = ActiveSheet.Name
    ActiveWorkbook.Sheets(ActiveSheet.Name).Copy After:=ThisWorkbook.Sheets(1)
    Workbooks(Filename).Close
    Filename = Dir()
    Loop
    End Sub
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    Shuk · 3 years ago
    Hi All
    I have successfully imported couple of excel spread sheets in one sheet by using below mentioned vb script:

    Sub GetSheets()
    Path = "Z:\.....\reports\"
    Filename = Dir(Path & "*.xls")
    Do While Filename ""
    Workbooks.Open Filename:=Path & Filename, ReadOnly:=True
    For Each Sheet In ActiveWorkbook.Sheets
    Sheet.Copy After:=ThisWorkbook.Sheets(1)
    Next Sheet
    Workbooks(Filename).Close
    Filename = Dir()
    Loop

    However can anyone help me refining above script on how to import both the formats i.e. ".xls" and ".xlsx" of excel spread sheet by using single vb script.

    Any help would be much appreciated.