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    How to get multiple file name in excel one cell separated by comma

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    Please help i need to get multiple file names from folder in one excel cell i got the file names in rows using Kutool import file names but i need in one cell separated by coma

    Can any one help me i need vb code for that

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    Re: How to get multiple file name in excel one cell separated by coma

    the folder name is in A1
    the result is in A2
    alter to your descretion
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    Re: How to get multiple file name in excel one cell separated by comma

    Thanks that's works but i have to change the column A1 and column A2 every time in code can you do something about it

    A1 B1
    Folder path result
    D:\All Files\iphone 7\136\colour Swho1.jpg
    D:\All Files\iphone 7\137\colour
    D:\All Files\iphone 7\138\colour


    '-------------
    Public Sub ScanAllFilesInFolder()
    '-------------

    'folder name is in A1
    Range("A1").Select
    'files in folder in A2
    Range("B1").Value = getAllFiles1Dir1Cell(ActiveCell.Value)

    End Sub

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    Re: How to get multiple file name in excel one cell separated by comma

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    Put the function in a standard module.
    Put all you're foldernames in column A.
    in toprow of column b next to first foldername type
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    where A2 is referring to name in column A
    and drag down as long as foldernames in Colum A.
    Avoid using Select, Selection and Activate in your code. Use With ... End With instead.
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