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Open all workbooks with name in a particular pattern

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I have an ACCESS 2003 process that, when the user hits the Open button, it opens ALL Excel workbooks that have a particular name pattern.  I can open one, but I need to loop through the folder and open everyone with this pattern.

Private Sub cmdTodaysWorkbook_Click()
'/SS - Opens all workbook created with today's date.
        Dim xlApp As Excel.Application
        Dim wbk As Workbook
        Dim strExistingFileName As String
        Dim fld As Object
        Dim strSource As String

strExistingFileName = "\\SF1\User1\shared\ATMVisalosses\ATMVisaLossesTST_" & Format(Now, "mm-dd-yyyy") & ""

Set xlApp = New Excel.Application
xlApp.Visible = True



    For Each fld In strSource.SubFolders
            Set wbk = xlApp.Workbooks.Open(strExistingFileName & "*.xlsx")
            xlApp.Workbooks.Open (strExistingFileName & "*.xlsx")
    Next

xlApp.WindowState = xlMaximized
Set xlApp = Nothing

End Sub
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Question by:ssmith94015
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Patrick Matthews earned 500 total points
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Using late binding...



Private Sub cmdTodaysWorkbook_Click()
'/SS - Opens all workbook created with today's date.
    Dim xlApp As Object
    Dim strExistingFileName As String
    Dim fso As Object
    Dim fil As Object
    Dim fld As Object
    Dim sf As Object

    Const StartFolder As String = "\\SF1\User1\shared\ATMVisalosses\"

    strExistingFileName = "ATMVisaLossesTST_" & Format(Now, "mm-dd-yyyy")

    Set xlApp = CreateObject("Excel.Application"
    Set fso = CreateObject("Scripting.FileSystemObject")
    Set fld = fso.GetFolder(StartFolder)

    For Each fil In fld.Files
        If fil.Name Like strExistingFileName & "*.xlsx" Then
            xlApp.Workbooks.Open fil.Path
        End If
    Next

    For Each sf In fld.SubFolders
        For Each fil In sf.Files
            If fil.Name Like strExistingFileName & "*.xlsx" Then
                xlApp.Workbooks.Open fil.Path
            End If
        Next
    Next

    xlApp.Visible = True
    xlApp.WindowState = xlMaximized
    Set xlApp = Nothing
    Set fil = Nothing
    Set sf = Nothing
    Set fld = Nothing
    Set fso = Nothing

End Sub

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by:ssmith94015
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Yes, it was getting around to the Like statement, I did not think it would work.

Sandra
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