Consolidating multiple excel spreadsheets
It is a lot easier to process your data from Excel files from one file instead of using multiple sources.
The Excel file given here contains VBA code that lets you merge data from multiple Excel files into one with the following caveats.
A simple way to combine or merge multiple excel files, with in Excel. That’s mean it will not overwritten the last result but as another merge to previous merged data.
If you’re not familiar with office macros, do not worry you can use it easily by just write a simple xls file merger code on vb editor, change the working folder path and cell starter reference name inside the code to suit your reference, and then click Run Sub. In conclusion, you can spam change folder path and hit F5 to run the code in order to merge all files on provided folder into current worksheet.
On the Data tab, in the Data Tools group, click Consolidate. For example, cell B2 (in distric1.xlsx) cell B2 (in district2.xlsx) cell B2 (in district3.xlsx).
Note: if you don't check Top row and Left column, Excel sums all cells that have the same position.
File System Object") 'change folder path of excel files here Set dir Obj = merge Obj. Note: All the solutions given here are published after thoroughly tested to my knowledge, however it is advised to keep a copy before you try it.
The examples will add a worksheet with the name RDBMerge Sheet to your workbook and will copy cellsfrom every worksheet in the Active Workbook to this worksheet.
Each time you run one of the examples it will first delete the summary worksheet named RDBMerge Sheet if it exists and then adds a new one to the workbook.
Getfolder("D:changetoexcelfilespathhere") Set files Obj = dir Obj.
Files For Each every Obj In files Obj Set book List = Workbooks.