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you could use a Batch Macro to read the files. In the Macro, add a RecordId, use a formula to create an OrderId field (e.g. set the OrderId to 1 for RecordId 42, OrderId 2 for RecordId 37). Then filter only records with an OrderId. See attached workflow for a (very simple) example.
do you pass "*.xlsx" as a parameter to the BatchMacro or single file names? Macro will only work, if you pass the filenames one by one. The mismatch between RecordId and recordnumber in your screenshots is a little bit confusing,