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XL2000: How to Create a Macro That Opens Multiple Selected Files
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In the Open dialog box in Microsoft Excel, you can select more than one file to open at a time. If you are using Microsoft Visual Basic for Applications with the GetOpenFileName method, you must use a macro to loop through the selected files to open them.
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