Combining multiple Password Protected workbooks into a single workbook

NitinPanjwani

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  1. 365
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  1. Windows
Hi All,

I will be having around 85-90 password protected workbooks. They all will have different passwords. I shall collate them in 1 folder.

I will have a list of the workbooks name and their passwords (preferably in sheet2).

I need a macro or code which will open the workbook with the password from the list, copy the data from the workbook and combine into 1 single master file.



PowerQuery is not available, hence that option is ruled out and also RDB merger does not work on password protected files.

Any help would be greatly appreciated.
 

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