Importing large CSV files into Excel Using a Macro
In response to my post on importing large files into Excel by first splitting them, one of my readers, JP pointed out to me that you can bypass the splitting step by using a VBA macro to do the import.
As you may know, Excel has a cut off of 65,536 rows, and so if you want to import a csv or text file that has more rows than that, you’ll run into trouble. This is where the csv splitter I mentioned before, or this macro that JP pointed out to me will come in handy.
You can find the knowledge base article with the macro code, for a VBA solution to importing large files into Excel at http://support.microsoft.com/kb/120596.
And be sure to visit JP’s excellent website and blog VBA Code for Excel and Outlook where you’ll find a lot of useful macros and articles.