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Consolidate specific worksheets residing in multiple workbooks in folder into one single worksheet

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I have a folder named (BAKING), which has about 30 workbooks. Each workbook has 4 worksheets, out of these worksheets I'd like to extract one worksheet (IS DIFFERENT IN EACH WORKBOOK)  and then consolidate into a single worksheet.

starting at row 2 and ending with the last worksheet
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the easiest and best solution to achieve what you described is using free Add-in from my friend, Ron de Bruin

http://www.rondebruin.nl/win/addins/rdbmerge.htm

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as i see it, the biggest issue is "(IS DIFFERENT IN EACH WORKBOOK)  "

how do you or user manually chose which worksheet to extract ?  there must be some methodology behind the selection.
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