Here is the code that can combine multiple Excel workbooks in a specified folder into a single Excel workbook: Dir returns the first file name that matches pathname.

This Sub Merge Excel Files() Dim fname List, fname Cur File As Variant Dim count Files, count Sheets As Integer Dim wks Cur Sheet As Worksheet Dim wbk Cur Book, wbk Src Book As Workbook fname List = Application. After the macro completes, it will notify you how many files have been processed and how many sheets have been merged: If you are not very comfortable with VBA and looking for an easier and faster way to merge Excel files, have a look at the tool, one of 60 time saving features included with our Ultimate Suite for Excel.

Get Open Filename(File Filter:="Microsoft Excel Workbooks (*.xls;*.xlsx;*.xlsm),*.xls;*.xlsx;*.xlsm", Title:="Choose Excel files to merge", Multi Select:=True) If (vb Boolean 0) Then count Files = 0 count Sheets = 0 Application. Calculation = xl Calculation Manual Set wbk Cur Book = Active Workbook For Each fname Cur File In fname List count Files = count Files 1 Set wbk Src Book = Workbooks. With the Ultimate Suite, merging multiple Excel workbooks into one is as easy as one-two-three (literally, only 3 quick steps).

We then switch back to our main workbook and select the sheet where we want to paste the data, I have assigned this to the variable called “str Where To Copy”.

Open str File Name, Update Links:=False, Read Only:=True Set data WB = Active Workbook Range(str Copy Range). We open the data workbook by using the Application. Next we select the data that has been assigned to the copy range and copy to the clipboard.

Below you will find a few good ways to handle this task. In this article, we are going to look at how to copy sheets from multiple Excel workbooks into one workbook.

If you are looking for a quick way to copy data from several worksheets into one sheet, please check out the following article for the detailed guidance: How to merge multiple sheets into one.

When no more file names match, Dir returns a zero-length string (“”).

Last week, we learned how to use SQL and query data inside Excel. Once we have found the last row we then select the next empty cell below that and paste our data then.

Select Loop Exit Sub Err H: Msg Box “It seems some file was missing.

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