This week, lets talk about how we can use VBA to consolidate multiple data sheets from different workbooks into one single worksheet. Additional things that may be used to enhance this code 1.
First, lets take a look at the consolidate data VBA code. Since we are using the same instance of Excel we may allow the user to preserve the format of the data being pasted. Allow the user with the option to clear data before new is pasted. Please Note: You would need to create the data files on your system, this download only contains the code template to consolidate.
I have also made use of UDF (user defined function) to find the last cell in the column that we specify.
This allows us to paste data onto separate sheets within the same workbook.
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Inside our loop are the 4 variables which are assigned the 1) File name, 2) Copy Range, 3) Where To Copy and 4) Which Column contains the starting cell to paste data. Once we have our first data workbook open, we assign this to the data WB variable so that we can easily switch between the two workbooks and close them when the operation has been completed.
Change the name to Text and change the Caption to '0% Completed'. Change the caption of the Userform to Progress Indicator. Add the following code line: Explanation: this sub calls another sub named code we are going to create in a minute. You can go through our Function and Sub chapter to learn more about subs. This will keep Excel VBA busy for a while and gives us the opportunity to see the progress of the macro. The code looks as follows: Explanation: the first code line changes the caption of the first label control. Exit the Visual Basic Editor and click the command button on the sheet: Result: Note: for this macro, we used the variable i to measure the progress. This manual (24 April 2012) is for GNU Autoconf (version 2.69), a package for creating scripts to configure source code packages using templates and an M4 macro package.Copyright © 1992-1996, 1998-2012 Free Software Foundation, Inc. Right mouse click on the frame control, and then click on Properties. You need to change some properties of this frame control.