The RDBMerge utility provides a user friendly way to merge data from workbooks in a folder into one worksheet in a new workbook.Working with the add-in is very easy; however, for more information, see the page on Ron de Bruin's Web site.The different procedures demonstrate techniques for pasting the data by row or by column.Additionally, you will see how to retrieve data by using a filter.In the previous paragraphs, four code examples for working for files in one folder were discussed.Minor changes to these examples can make them even more useful.Ron de Bruin, Microsoft Office Excel MVPFrank Rice, Microsoft Corporation August 2008Applies to: Microsoft Office Excel 2007, Microsoft Office Excel 2003, Microsoft Excel 2002, Microsoft Excel 2000Contents or merge the data in each workbook into a master workbook.
Ron de Bruin is an Excel Most Valuable Professional (MVP) and a frequent contributor to the newsgroups. Frank Rice is a programming writer and frequent contributor to the Microsoft Office Developer Center.
If this is true, then this workbook is skipped and the code moves to the next workbook.
The code then does the same test for the rows in the source range.
For example, if your workbooks are password protected, you can replace the will avoid the message of whether you want to update the links.
Use the value 3 if you do want to update the links.
This procedure uses the first worksheet (index 1) of each workbook.