Posts by Luis_V_R

    Hello every one.

    Im trying to make a code to import data from (in exaple) 20 files, all located in the same path,

    lets say that the file names are:
    File01, File02, File03 and so on to File20

    my tought process tells me that I may be able to use a variable named for example "current_file" and make that variable goes from File01 to File20, after declaring the names of each file in a list, then import the data, go to the next file and import that data under the data from last file and so on

    Using that, I gess that a code to do that might look something like this, how ever im pretty sure it won't work like its writen

    I have no idea how to make a variable a list or if VBA will understand the "C:\path\ current_file" & .csv

    any guide I can get will be very appreciated.

    Re: fix import date format from a CSV

    nice tip, it worked perfectly. thank you

    Quote from cytop;680115

    On the Import Wizard dialog:

    Select 'Delimited' on screen 1
    Select , as the delimiter on screen 2
    Select Date (DMY in the dropdown list) on screen 3

    Works for me, at least...

    Hello again.

    today I come with the next issue:

    I have several csv files that has info in the next format:

    text1,11/08/13 03:44:16 am,texta
    text2,12/08/13 05:06:21 am,textb
    text3,13/08/13 05:05:16 am,textc
    text4,12/08/13 05:01:56 am,textd

    when i open it in excell. it asumes that the date/time is in format "mm/dd/yy hh:mm:ss" but its actually in "dd/mm/yy hh:mm:ss" so the dates are all wrong.

    any idea on how to solve this issue?

    thanks in advance

    Re: Using a macro to concatenate while next cell is not empty

    Quote from snb;679911

    What unnecessary work ?

    it goes from A1 to A1000, so if i only have 300 lines, there are 700 that i dont need.
    also if there are 2000 lines, i would have to update the macro to reach A2000

    on other hand, if somehow i require to add columns D, E, F, etc, then it becomes even more complex as the other code only have to change the E for the required column to print the data.

    I have worked with macros for only few days, I might very well be mistaken on that

    Re: VLOOKUP based on two conditions

    There should be a better way, but I do something like this:

    in file 1:
    I would insert a column before "A" and use the formula A1=B1&C1, then copy paste to the end

    in File 2:

    column C formula = A1&A2
    column D formula = vlookup(C1,[file1]A:D,4,0)

    there might be a better answer but this makes the work

    Re: Using a macro to concatenate while next cell is not empty

    also tried your code and works too, its just that it seems to do unnecesary work, how ever, also many thanks for sharing this

    Quote from snb;679890
    sub M_snb()
    End Sub

    Re: Using a macro to concatenate while next cell is not empty

    Thank you so much.

    It worked perfectlly, just had to change

    For Each F in Cells(I,2).Resieze(1,3)


    For Each F in Cells(I,1)Reseize(1,3)

    Quote from PCI;679886

    See how next code can help

    Hello, Im trying to create a macro that can concatenate data from a DB , but still cant make it work

    the data I have is in the next format:

    A B C D E
    1 text1 text2 text3
    2 texta textb
    3 textx texty textz

    and for each row I need to get on column E the data as shown:

    E1 = /text1/text2/text3
    E2 = /texta/textb
    E3 = /textx/texty/textz

    Note that on E2 there is only 2 "/" insted of 3 as in E1 and E3.

    So i tryed this:

    I gess I need to adjust the range to be something like " Range(A[curren_row]).select " and " Range(E[current_row]) "
    and also make the var2 = "var1&(ActiveCell)" part to work. any advice?

    thanks in advance