Handling other files in VBA macros As a programmer, you’re likely to come across many situations where other files need to be opened for reading, writing, or appending data. A macro can help you easily handle these files, and the Open method is your ticket.
In this article I will explain how you can modify an existing text file. Jump To: Example 1, Overwrite Existing File With New Data Example 2, Modify Values in Text File Example 3, Adding Open and Save File Dialogs You can download the file and code related
In this article I will explain how you can create a text file and how write data to a text file in overwrite and append modes. You can download the file and code related to this article here. Create a text file using the file system
In this article I will explain how you can append data to a text file. I am assuming readers are familiar with modifying text files. If you are not familiar with modifying text files I’d recommend taking a look at the this article first VBA, Modify
In this article I will explain how you can read the values in a text file and print them in columns in Excel. For example lets say we have the following data in a text file: We want to read the data from the text