DBF Files to Workbook files

acorrea4

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I get 200 dbf files at a time that I have to convert to workbook files. I use the same name they are in once coverted to workbook files. Is there a way that I can convert them all to workbook files at one time without having to open and resave to workbook?
 

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How are you currently doing this?

Where are the files located?

What I would suggest is that you record a macro (Tools>Macro>Record a macro...) when you do this manually.

The code generated should then be able to be altered to work with all the files.
 
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