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    Import Multiple Workbooks into One WorkSheet based on Accounts

    This process is taking 2 full days now to create Financial Statements. I'd like to download trial balance and be able to import it into selected monthly range as you'll see in the attached file. I need them import it based on the account. I am novice to VBA programming (at least intermediate/advanced levels).
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    Re: Import Multiple Workbooks into One WorkSheet based on Accounts

    Hi Kinez101

    How does this previous Thread relate to your current Thread?
    http://www.excelforum.com/excel-prog...into-tabs.html
    Is it the same issue but you've changed your approach? If so and you're abandoning your previous approach please let us know. You may wish to ask a Moderator to close the previous Thread.
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    Re: Import Multiple Workbooks into One WorkSheet based on Accounts

    It's just different approach. I realized with the other approach I'd have additional tabs. This way I won't have any additional tabs. Attached is file in the format I'd like to import it based on the Month and Site. See attached zip file as to what I'd like to do.
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    Last edited by Kinez101; 04-25-2012 at 01:51 PM.

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    Re: Import Multiple Workbooks into One WorkSheet based on Accounts

    Hi Kinez101

    I've looked at your file and what you're proposing is possible (I think)...it will probably be processor intensive and may well take a bit of time to run.

    For the moment, I'm eliminating "All Months" from the list of Options...it presents too many problems of it's own. We'll come back to that later should you need it.

    I'll work on it and get back to you.

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    Re: Import Multiple Workbooks into One WorkSheet based on Accounts

    Hi Kinez101
    Try the code in the attached and let me know of issues.
    In this part of the code, you'll need to create the Named Ranges for the remaining months
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    Re: Import Multiple Workbooks into One WorkSheet based on Accounts

    Quote Originally Posted by jaslake View Post
    Hi Kinez101
    Try the code in the attached and let me know of issues.
    In this part of the code, you'll need to create the Named Ranges for the remaining months
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    Thank you very very very very much. The code is working. I appreciate your time and effort and wish I could write VBA like you do. Any recommendations on the readings? I am novice.

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    Re: Import Multiple Workbooks into One WorkSheet based on Accounts

    Hi Kinez101
    Glad it works for you...happy to have been of help.
    There are some books referenced in this Thread http://www.excelforum.com/excel-prog...er-to-vba.html and Google is your best friend.

    If this satisfies your requirement, please mark your Thread as "Solved".

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