While this can be done manually, it would be time-consuming and error-prone.However, a simple VBA code can do this in a few seconds.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.
Download the file here: Sub simple Xls Merger() Dim book List As Workbook Dim merge Obj As Object, dir Obj As Object, files Obj As Object, every Obj As Object Application. I hope there’s also a way to merge spreadsheet similar to this but for Excel is my Passion and VBA Love of Life.
Screen Updating = False Set merge Obj = Create Object("Scripting. I like to solve and automate any possible opportunity in Excel including in combination with Office Applications (Access, Outlook, Word, Power Point, Visio, etc) and other Non-Office Applications (SAP, IE, Batch, Configuration Management Tools, etc).
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.
Download Merge Worksheets Note: This example use the function Last Row This example copy the range A1: G1 from each worksheet. Cut Copy Mode = False End With End If End If Next Exit The Sub: Application. Cells(1) Note: This example use the function Last Col This example copy column A from each sheet after the last column with data on the Dest Sh.
Change the range in this code line'Fill in the range that you want to copy Set Copy Rng = sh. I use A: A to copy the whole column but you can also use a range like A1: A10. Change it here 'Fill in the column(s) that you want to copy Copy Rng.