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    Copy data from multiple WorkBook structures to the same sheet on another workbook

    Hi everybody.
    I need to copy data from many workbooks like the same, for example:
    Example M01.2011, Example M02.2011, ..., Example M12.2016.
    Now I need to Copy D10: L14 into columns(" B:J") of the Sheets ("Master") in another workbook.
    And get the WorkBook name into columns("A:A") of the Sheets ("Master").
    Who knows can help me, thank you.

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    Re: Copy data from multiple WorkBook structures to the same sheet on another workbook

    What is the full path to the folder containing your source files? Are the source files the only files in that folder?
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    Re: Copy data from multiple WorkBook structures to the same sheet on another workbook

    All files in the same folder.
    Did you have a solution to help me?

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    Re: Copy data from multiple WorkBook structures to the same sheet on another workbook

    I need to know the full path to the folder containing your source files, for example: "C:\MyFolder". Are the source files the only files in that folder or are there other files as well?

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    Re: Copy data from multiple WorkBook structures to the same sheet on another workbook

    All in the same Folder
    The full path is G: \ data \ Input \ Example
    Please help.

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    Re: Copy data from multiple WorkBook structures to the same sheet on another workbook

    Can someone help me?

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    Re: Copy data from multiple WorkBook structures to the same sheet on another workbook

    Try this macro in a standard module in your "Master" workbook.
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    Re: Copy data from multiple WorkBook structures to the same sheet on another workbook

    Thank you.
    Unfortunately, the data is not copied to Sheets ("Master").
    Please see help me.

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    Re: Copy data from multiple WorkBook structures to the same sheet on another workbook

    the above code has the sheet it is copied from set to be the default name ie "Sheet1".
    What is it called?
    If it is called "Master" then replace "Sheet1" with "Master" in the code.


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    Re: Copy data from multiple WorkBook structures to the same sheet on another workbook

    I'm know, but not result.
    Thank you.

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    Re: Copy data from multiple WorkBook structures to the same sheet on another workbook

    Is the macro giving you an error message? If it is, what is the error and which line of code is highlighted when you click "Debug"? Make sure that your source worksheets are named "Sheet1" and that your destination sheet is named "Master." I think that it would be easier to help and test possible solutions if I could work with your actual files which includes any macros you are currently using. Perhaps you could upload a copy of your Master file and copies of one or two source files to a free site such as www.box.com or www.dropbox.com. Once you do that, mark each file for 'Sharing' and you will be given a link to each file that you can post here. If the workbooks contain confidential information, you could replace it with generic data.

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    Re: Copy data from multiple WorkBook structures to the same sheet on another workbook

    When running your vba code, there are no errors.
    But it does not update the data into Sheets ("Master").

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    Re: Copy data from multiple WorkBook structures to the same sheet on another workbook

    When I tried the macro on some dummy workbooks, it worked properly. Can you upload copies of your file as I described in Post# 11?

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    Re: Copy data from multiple WorkBook structures to the same sheet on another workbook

    I know the error of why not update.
    Thank you, I have updated the data.

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    Re: Copy data from multiple WorkBook structures to the same sheet on another workbook

    You are very welcome. Glad it worked out.

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