How to Split Excel Workbook

How to Split Excel Workbook into Several Sheets.

Sometime we need to split the each sheet form the excel workbook. So here we will discuss about split the Workbook :

Open the Excel workbook you want to split.

Identify the criteria by which you want to split the workbook. For example, you might split it based on a specific column value, a certain number of rows per file, or separate worksheets into individual files.

Create a new worksheet or a separate Excel file where you want to place the split data. This will be the destination for the split files.

Write or implement a script or macro to perform the splitting operation. The exact steps will depend on the criteria you identified in Step 2 and the version of Excel you are using. Here are some common methods:

a. Splitting by Column Value: If you want to split the workbook based on a specific column value, you can use Excel’s filtering and copying features. Apply a filter to the column, select the desired values, and copy the filtered rows to the new worksheet or file. Repeat this process for each unique value or condition you want to split by.

b. Splitting by Number of Rows: To split the workbook based on a certain number of rows per file, you can use VBA (Visual Basic for Applications) macros. Create a macro that loops through the rows, copies a specified number of rows at a time, and pastes them into a new worksheet or file. Repeat this process until all rows have been processed.

c. Splitting Worksheets into Separate Files: If you want to split each worksheet in the workbook into individual files, you can use VBA macros to automate the process. Write a macro that loops through each worksheet, creates a new workbook for each sheet, and copies the content of each sheet into the corresponding new workbook.

Execute the script or macro to split the workbook according to your chosen criteria.

Verify that the split operation was successful by checking the destination worksheet or files to ensure the data is split as desired.

Remember to save and organize the split files appropriately, and consider taking backups of the original workbook before performing any splitting operations to avoid any accidental data loss or changes.

And If you are unable to follow the above given steps. No worry, you can take help from this video.

Split Excel File video

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