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Struggling with a problem at the moment and would appreciate any help on this.
I have c.300 files all with 2 tabs in each file. For context each file is for a specific customer, the front tab is their address and the second tab is the details of the lettter.
What i want to do is combine the 2 tabs in each of the 300 files into a single excel but maintain the separation of the information into the tabs. The reason for this is i have a VBA macro that i found which will print all 600 tabs into PDF which i can then consolidate and turn into a single pdf and send to the printer.
The outcome would be an xls file with 600 tabs. i do not want to combine all the sheets into a single excel sheet. The reason for this is each address tab and each letter tab needs to be maintained on a different piece of paper and therefore needs to be a separate pdf.
Any help on this would be massively appreciated.and would save me the joy of clicking print on 300 excel files.
I have around 300 files all exactly the same lay out but with the order data for each customer split out into a file each per customer. What would be great is if these two files got combined into a single Workbook but with 4 sheets.
The reason i need to keep the sheets separate is because each tab needs to be printed as a pdf which will then be sent to each customer. Therefore i need 1 tab per customer order.
Also due to the template used, the corresponding tabs in each file are titled the same which i imagine may cause issues when merging them into a single file. Is there a way round this? perhaps making the tab names dynamic and using the title of the file?
1. Use the Directory Tool to get the full path unitl a file
2. Assuming that sheet names are the same for all files, use a Text Tool with 2 lines, one for each sheet name, + |||, by the end, you should have |||Sheet1 in line 1 and |||Sheet2 in line 2, for example
3. Use the Append tool to join the sheet names from the Text Tool in step 2 to the Directory Fool output and then concatenate the field Full Path with the sheet names, you should have something like this "C:\location\filename.xlsx|||Sheet1"
4. Use filter to divide data stream into data from sheet1, data from sheet2. Use Dynamic Input in each of them.
5. Use Record Tool + Formula Tool for dynamic sheet names with the full path to the workbook that will receave all the data
6. Flag this option Take File/Table Name From Field/Change Entire File Path, using the Full Path with sheet names that you built on step 5.