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add multiple CVS files to an existing work book

add multiple CVS files to an existing work book

add multiple CVS files to an existing work book

Hello all
I don’t know if this is possible but I am trying to take several CSV files and convert them into a single pre existing workbook. The pre existing work book has a summary sheet that will pull information from all the imported sheets.
The basic work flow is
Report is dumped into a dir as a txt file
My batch file converts the txt into a CSV
I have a work book that has the summary sheet built in as sheet one.
What I am trying to do is that when the reports are dumped in the new data will replace the old data in the summary workbook.

RE: add multiple CVS files to an existing work book

Seems like the best course of action would be to have the summary sheet have formulas that will automatically update when the data is updated on the other sheets. I think you should focus on importing the data into the assigned tabs.

I hope that helps.



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