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Link update from different identical files

Discussion in 'Ask an Excel Question' started by neeraj2050, Feb 12, 2018.

  1. neeraj2050

    neeraj2050 Member

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    Greetings!!

    In a folder there are 12 excel files with identical columns and rows. Into another Summary file I have to get data from each of these files i.e 12 files to the Summary file in an identical manner.
    I have to manually open each file to set the link into summary file. Is there any short way to accomplish the same

    Regards
    Neeraj Kumar Agarwal
  2. vletm

    vletm Well-Known Member

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    neeraj2050
    Way 1)
    1) Create ONE link to any of those 12 files.
    2) Use previous link to create (and modify) other links.
    Way 2)
    Do marco which would get needed values from those 12 files.
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  3. Marc L

    Marc L Excel Ninja

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    Hi !
    No directly under Excel …

    But you can activate Macro recorder before operating manually :
    you will get your own free code base !

    For any question about a code, see in appropriate VBA section
    as here it's the Excel section (formulas, inner features, …).
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  4. Chihiro

    Chihiro Excel Ninja

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    Use PowerQuery if you have access to it. Or use MS Query if not.

    Especially when using PowerQuery, you can merge/append all files in a folder into single table and will update itself when refreshed with either new files added or changes to existing files (provided structure remains consistent).

    MS Query requires bit more maintenance, and initial set up requires some knowledge of SQL query statements.

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