Consolidating data from multiple workbooks in excel
Some of you may think that calculate them by yourself is quick, but pay attention, here I just take three sheets as instance, and how about calculate manually if there are hundreds of sheets?
Now I will tell you various solutions to handle this task in Excel. In the popping dialog, select the calculation type you need from the drop down list of Function section. Then click to select data range to calculate, then click Add to add the range to All references list, see screenshot: 4. Note: If you want to consolidate data across workbooks, you need to name the data ranges first, then click Browse to select the workbook in the Consolidate dialog, then type the range name into it.
You have several Excel workbooks and you want to merge them into one file? But there are 6 different methods of how to merge existing workbooks and worksheets into one file.
Depending on the size and number of workbooks, at least one of these methods should be helpful for you. The obvious method: Select the source cell range, copy and paste them into your main workbook.
Active Workbook Set temp File Dialog = Dialog(mso File Dialog File Picker) 'Allow the user to select multiple workbooks temp File Dialog. Selected Items(i) Set source Workbook = Active Workbook 'Copy each worksheet to the end of the main workbook For Each temp Work Sheet In source Workbook. However, they have one useful feature: Import a complete folder of documents.
Allow Multi Select = True number Of Files Chosen = temp File Dialog. The requirements: The workbooks and worksheets you want to import have to be in the same format.
Show 'Loop through all selected workbooks For i = 1 To temp File Dialog. Please follow these steps for importing a complete folder of Excel files.
For instance, you have three sheets data as below screenshots shown, now you want to consolidate the average, max or min value of each product in each month, how can you do?
If there are multiple workbooks need to be merged into one, you can apply the following VBA codes to quickly achieve it. In the Microsoft Visual Basic for applications window, click Insert "" Workbooks. Open Filename:=x Str Path & x Str FName, Read Only:=True x Str AWBName = Active Workbook.
Open Filename:=Path & Filename, Read Only:=True For Each Sheet In Active Workbook.
Open Filename:=x Str Path & x Str FName, Read Only:=True x Str AWBName = Active Workbook.
The next method comes with some disadvantages and is a little bit more complicated.
It works, if your files are in a systematic file order and just want to import some certain values.