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If the column names and orders are same across files, then you can directly use the MS Excel's import data function, this will do your job.
Alternatively, if you want to do it manually, import each file in separate excel worksheet using data import wizard or simple copy paste of data (in latter case you have to use Text-to-Col feature of excel), and then manually append all figures (copy-paste in one go) to any external excel sheet.
Then finally, export/save as that external sheet to any filename of your choice.
assuming you have Excel sw on your PC. Assuming you are running XP. Assuming you can start your Excel and Open any excel file using File/Open within excel.
You must associate Excel file with Excel program in your Windows Explorer. Fastest way is Browse to any excel file with your Windows explorer (NOT IE) Right click and select Open with... Browse to find your Excel MSOffice program Select Use always to use this program OK
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Your Excel may have a different "Macro Security" setting.
Your "Macro Security" can be adjusted:
Tools, Macro, Security.
I highly recommend the "Medium" setting.
This will prompt you when an Excel file is opened that contains Macros to Enable or Disable.
If you choose a security setting of "Low" please be very careful as this will allow Macros to run without any notice, VERY DANGEROUS.