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Maybe you can suggest to me how I would write the description better:

This script is a raw utility that I use to merge "information" and "data" sheets from different Excel workbooks. The basic syntax is as follows:
xlsmerge -s -o results-%Y%m%d.xls info.xls:Information query_results.x +ls:Sheet1

Maybe, if your operating system does not execute Perl programs directly, you want to use the following line:

perl -w xlsmerge -s -o results-%Y%m%d.xls info.xls:Information query_r +esults.xls:Sheet1

You don't tell us what you've tried and what problems you encountered, so it's hard to advise you further.

In reply to Re^2: xlsmerge - Merge worksheets from different Excel files into one Workbook by Corion
in thread xlsmerge - Merge worksheets from different Excel files into one Workbook by Corion

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