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How can write multiple Excel sheets into one excel file?

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Hi Everyone,
I am stuck with writing multiple Excel sheets into one Excel file. I have 31 sheets contained 1 Excel workbook and successfully imported them with " readtable" function with the help of for loop of of course.
However, when I try to add them horizontally and create a single workbook, it seems impossible. I have just wrote a simple function to do that task as follows:
function sheetss(filename,portion) % I Enter the file name as 'filename.xls' and the portion as 'A2:D1002' to extract only a part of the values.
sheets = sheetnames(filename);
T = cell(1,31); % preallocation
for i = 1:31
T{i} = readtable(filename,'Sheet', sheets{i},'Range',portion);
end
table(T{:}); % trying to extract all embedded tables in cell arrays
writetable(T,'Result.xlsx')

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meghannmarie
meghannmarie on 26 Jun 2020
I do not know if this is best way, but try this after your for loop:
C = cellfun(@table2cell,T,'UniformOutput',false); % Converts all the tables in the cells to cell arrays
C = [C{:}]; % Horizontally concatonates all the cell arrays into one cell array.
writecell(cells,'Result.xlsx'); %Writes cells to excel

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AHMET TALHA UZUMCU
AHMET TALHA UZUMCU on 28 Jun 2020
Hi,
Thank you so much for this.
I am not sure this was the best way, but it certanly did what I want !

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