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Copy data from workbooks in folder and subfolders
I will in this article demonstrate a macro that automatically opens all workbooks in a folder and subfolders, one by […]
Search for a file in folder and subfolders [UDF]
The image above demonstrates a user-defined function in cell range B6:D7 that allows you to search a folder and subfolders […]
Find and replace strings in file names, folder name and subfolders
The following two macros FindReplace() and Recursive() let you rename files and folders recursively based on a search string. The […]
Unzip files in folder and subfolders
The VBA macro demonstrated in this article lets you unzip all zip files in a folder to a destination folder […]
Filter duplicate files in a folder and subfolders
This is a follow up to my last post Compare file names in two different folder locations and their subfolders, the obvious […]
Compare file names in two different folder locations and their sub folders
Today I would like to share a macro that compares the content in two different folders and their subfolders. It […]
Search all workbooks in a folder and sub folders
This article demonstrates a macro that allows you to search for a text string in multiple worksheets and workbooks located […]
Move data to workbooks
This article demonstrates a VBA macro that saves user input to a given workbook and worksheet programmatically. Macros are great […]
Search all workbooks in a folder
Today I'll show you how to search all Excel workbooks with file extensions xls, xlsx and xlsm in a given folder for a […]
Which Excel files in folder are password protected?
This article explains how to check if Excel files in a given folder are password protected. The image above shows […]
Working with FILES
What's on this page Copy a file Copy and rename a file Rename a file List files in a folder […]
List files in folder and create hyperlinks (VBA)
Table of Contents List files in a folder and create hyperlinks (VBA) How to navigate quickly in a complex workbook […]
Open Excel files in a folder [VBA]
This tutorial shows you how to list excel files in a specific folder and create adjacent checkboxes, using VBA. The […]
List files in a folder and subfolders [UDF]
This article demonstrates a user defined function that lists files in a ggiven folder and subfolders. A user defined function is […]

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Allows you to filter data based on selected value , a given text, or other criteria. It also lets you filter existing data or move filtered values to a new location.
Lets you control what a user can type into a cell. It allows you to specifiy conditions and show a custom message if entered data is not valid.
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Lets you name one or more cells, this makes it easier to find cells using the Name box, read and understand formulas containing names instead of cell references.
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