Excel Add-ins for Excel for the Mac
Word, Excel, and PowerPoint: Click the Developer tab on the Ribbon and then click Add-Ins→Add-Ins. When you have the Add-Ins dialog open, you can do the following simple tasks to add, remove, load, and unload add-ins: Load: Same as selecting the check box next to the add-in’s name. Loading also runs the add-in. (Available only in Excel. In this release, you can refresh your Power Query queries on Mac from Text, CSV, XLSX, XML and JSON files, and you can author queries with VBA. Getting started. The new functionality is live for all Office 365 subscribers in Excel for Mac running version 16.29 (19090802) and later. From Excel’s topmost menu, choose Tools Excel Add-ins. The Add-ins window opens. In the “Add-ins available” list, click the box next to the name of your add-in. If the box had a tic, your click removes the tic. If the box was empty, your click inserts a tic. In either case, a message box appears.
FileName Lister Add-in for Excel 2016 for the Mac
Briefly! FileName Lister is a user friendly way to get a list of file names into a new Workbook.
RDBMailActivesheet Add-in : Send Activesheet with Mac Outlook 2016 as workbook or PDF
Briefly! A easy way to create a mail in Outlook 2016 with only the ActiveSheet as workbook or PDF.
View the add-ins and application extensions that are categorized as follows: Active Application Add-ins Lists the extensions that are registered and currently running in your Office program. Inactive Application Add-ins Lists the add-ins that are present on your computer but are not currently loaded.For example, smart tags or XML Schemas are active only when the document that references them. Excel Add-ins for Excel for the Mac. FileName Lister Add-in for Excel 2016 for the Mac Briefly! FileName Lister is a user friendly way to get a list of file names into a new Workbook. RDBMailActivesheet Add-in: Send Activesheet with Mac Outlook 2016 as workbook or PDF Briefly!
Menu for favorite macros in Excel 2016 and up for the Mac
Briefly! Very easy to add and edit menu items with this technique
Date Picker Add-in for Excel for the Mac
Briefly! A easy way to insert Dates and week numbers in your worksheet cells
RDBMerge Add-in for the Mac
Briefly! RDBMerge is a user friendly way to Merge Data from Multiple Excel Workbooks, Into a Summary Workbook.
Add-in for finding the imageMso's for Mac Office 2016
Briefly! With this add-in it is easy to find 1671 imageMso's for Mac Office 2016.
Add-in for inserting sheet templates for Mac Office 2016
Briefly! With this add-in it is easy to insert sheet templates in Mac Office 2016.
Rob Bovey's Chart labeler for the Mac (Excel 2011 and Excel 2016)
Briefly! XY Chart Labeler adds the ability to add labels to XY chart data points
RDBMail Mail Add-in for the Mac Excel 2011
Briefly! RDBMail puts emailing of Excel sheets, data, and workbooks where you want it and when you want it. It also allows significant customizing of what you send.
Menu for favorite macros in Excel 2011 for the Mac
Very easy to add and edit menu items with this technique
Power Utility Pak collection for the Mac (Excel 2011)
Briefly! Power Utility Pak is a useful collection of add-ins that brings significant new functionality to Excel 2011 for the Mac. When PUP is installed, you can do things with Excel that you never thought were possible. Regardless of your experience level.
Merge Add-in for Excel 2016 or higher for the Mac
Briefly! RDBMerge is a user friendly way to Merge Data from Multiple Excel
workbooks into a Summary Workbook.
Download add-in for Excel 2016 or higher
Note: RDBMerge is available as freeware. But you can use the Contact button in the menu if you want to support the development of this merge add-in.
Mac Excel 2016 and higher
RDBMerge for Excel 2016 or higher for the Mac, version 3.0
File date : 9-Dec-2019
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How to install the Add-in after you unzip it on your Mac
- Open Excel 2016 or higher
- Update Excel (See button in the Help menu)
- Use Tools>Excel Add-ins... in the menu to open the Add-ins dialog
- Use the Browse button to select the add-in and choose Open
- Press OK
Note: If you copy the Add-in in the Add-ins folder it will be automatic in your Add-ins dialog list, for finding this folder see : Setup your Mac for Mac Office 2016 or higher
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You can find a button named RDBMerge Add-in to open the add-in on the Data tab on the Ribbon. Important : 'Enable all macros' in Excel>Preferences>Security if you want to merge files that contain VBA code. There is a bug in Mac Excel that not trust if a installed add-in in Excel for the Mac opens other workbooks with code like this merge add-in does, and I not think you like to click on allow in the security warning dialog that pop up for every file you want to merge. Be aware that if you uncheck this checkbox that it always open files with code without a warning.
Also the location of the files you want to merge is important in Excel 2016 or higher because of Apple’s sandbox requirements, read this page and use a folder in your Office folder.
How to use the RDBMerge Add-in Step by step
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In the folder location section click on the Browse button and select the folder with the files you want to merge. After you do that you see the path returned in the UserForm. You can also set the level of subfolders in the dropdown (max of 9)
In the section “Which Files” select the type of files in the dropdown that you want to merge. If you use the first option 'XL?' it will merge all type of Excel files (xls, xlsx, xlsm, xlsb). But you can also only merge files with a specific extension in the folder. By default the option to merge all files in the folder is selected but you can also use the option to filter on the file names or to select the files you want to merge.
In this section you have the option to choose the worksheet by index or name. If you use the index 1 it will use the first worksheet in each file, you not have to know the worksheet name this way. You can also merge data from all worksheets or use the filter option to filter on the worksheet names.
You have the option to merge a fixed range (can be more than one area). Click on the Tips button for more information. Or use the First cell ? till last cell on worksheet option, you can change the start cell. Use A2 for example if you not want to copy your header each time.
Before we press on the Merge button we have a few options here that you can change.
The Add file name checkbox will add the file name or file and sheet name before or above your data. You can use it for example to filter the Summary sheet for the data from a certain file.
To avoid problems with formulas I suggest you always check Paste as values.
If your workbooks have links to other workbooks use the UpdateLinks option to update the values.
Use the Paste data next to each other option if you want paste the data from each file next to each other instead of below each other. If you set your fixed range for example to A1:A100 and check this check box it will use one column for each file in the combine sheet. If your range have two columns it will use two columns for each file in the combine sheet.
If your workbooks have an Open password you can fill in the open/modify password in the two text boxes, it is no problem if there are also workbooks with no password in the folder.
Click on the Merge button:
When you click on the Merge button it will create a new workbook for you with two worksheets:
Combine Sheet with all the data
Log Sheet with copy/paste and error information
Then it is up to you if you want to save this workbook.
You see it is very easy to work with this add-in, testing all options with a few files in a test folder is the best way to get familiar with this add-in. If you have problems or have suggestions let me know and I try to help you.
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If you want VBA code examples see this page : Merge Excel workbooks on a Mac