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How to: Merge Multiple Workbooks Into One Document

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The Universal Subscription or an additional Document Server Subscription is required to use this example in production code. Please refer to the DevExpress Subscription page for pricing information.

This example demonstrates how to merge data from multiple workbooks into a single document using the WorkbookExtensions.Merge extension method. Workbook extensions are defined by the WorkbookExtensions class. To enable them, add a reference to the DevExpress.Docs.v17.2.dll library and explicitly import the DevExpress.Spreadsheet namespace into your source code with a using directive (Imports in Visual Basic).

To specify merge options, create a WorkbookMergeOptions instance and pass it to the WorkbookExtensions.Merge method as a parameter. This example uses the default options: it copies all worksheets from the workbook named Document1 into the workbook Document2 that calls the WorkbookExtensions.Merge method. If you wish to combine all workbooks into a new summary workbook, use a WorkbookMergeOptions instance with the WorkbookMergeOptions.CreateNewWorkbook property set to true.

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