.htm error



I have the following code:

Option Explicit

Sub Consolidate()
Dim MyPath As String
Dim FilesInPath As String
Dim MyFiles() As String
Dim Fnum As Long
Dim mybook As Workbook
Dim CalcMode As Long
Dim sh As Worksheet
Dim ErrorYes As Boolean
Dim DCLastRow As Integer 'DirectorCopy
Dim MCLastRow As Integer 'Monthly Compiler
Dim CMonth As String 'Compile Month
Dim CYear As String 'Compile Year
Dim Month As Integer
Dim MonthFilter As String

Dim center(18) As String
center(1) = "Bardstown"
center(2) = "Bothell"
center(3) = "VCollinsville"
center(4) = "El Paso"
center(5) = "Evansville"
center(6) = "Greensboro"
center(7) = "VHeathrow"
center(8) = "Joplin"
center(9) = "Kennesaw"
center(10) = "Lafayette"
center(11) = "Malvern"
center(12) = "VManhattan"
center(13) = "VMansfield"
center(14) = "VOttawa"
center(15) = "VPonco City"
center(16) = "VReno"
center(17) = "VSioux City"
center(18) = "VTerra Haute"

Dim FileCount As Long
Dim ScoringAve As Double
Dim i As Long

Workbooks("Monthly PF Compiler").Activate

' If Cells(13, 4).Value = "January" Then Month = 1
' If Cells(13, 4).Value = "February" Then Month = 2
' If Cells(13, 4).Value = "March" Then Month = 3
' If Cells(13, 4).Value = "April" Then Month = 4
' If Cells(13, 4).Value = "May" Then Month = 5
' If Cells(13, 4).Value = "June" Then Month = 6
' If Cells(13, 4).Value = "July" Then Month = 7
' If Cells(13, 4).Value = "August" Then Month = 8
' If Cells(13, 4).Value = "September" Then Month = 9
' If Cells(13, 4).Value = "October" Then Month = 10
' If Cells(13, 4).Value = "November" Then Month = 11
' If Cells(13, 4).Value = "December" Then Month = 12
' CMonth = MonthName(Month, True)
'This one line of code replaces the above 13 lines
CMonth = Left(Cells(13, 4).Value, 3)
CYear = Right(Cells(13, 7).Value, 2)

'Fill in the path\folder where the files are
MyPath = "X:\C&A Analysts Team\PF Process\1 Tally & PF's Work in

For i = 1 To 18

' 'Add a slash at the end if the user forget it
' If Right(MyPath, 1) <> "\" Then
' MyPath = MyPath & "\"
' End If

'If there are no Excel files in the folder exit the sub
MonthFilter = MyPath & center(i) & "\*" & CMonth & " " & CYear &
FilesInPath = Dir(MonthFilter)

If FilesInPath = "" Then
MsgBox "No files found in " & center(i)
GoTo ContinueLoop
End If

If FilesInPath <> "" Then
FileCount = FileCount + 1
End If

'Fill the array(myFiles)with the list of Excel files in the folder
Fnum = 0
Do While FilesInPath <> ""
If InStr(1, FilesInPath, CMonth & " " & CYear, vbTextCompare) Then
Fnum = Fnum + 1
ReDim Preserve MyFiles(1 To Fnum)
MyFiles(Fnum) = FilesInPath
FilesInPath = Dir()
End If

'Change ScreenUpdating, Calculation and EnableEvents
With Application
CalcMode = .Calculation
.Calculation = xlCalculationManual
.ScreenUpdating = False
.EnableEvents = False
End With

'Loop through all files in the array(myFiles)
If Fnum > 0 Then
For Fnum = LBound(MyFiles) To UBound(MyFiles)
Set mybook = Nothing
On Error Resume Next
Set mybook = Workbooks.Open(MyPath & center(i) & "\" &
On Error GoTo 0

If Not mybook Is Nothing Then

'Need to do the following:
'if lazy eye hasn't been run in directorcopy then run it
With mybook.Worksheets("DirectorCopy")
If .Cells(1, 1) = "" Then
'Application.Run "DirectorFormat"
Application.Run "'Test Tally

This was running just fine earlier. My Excel locked up on me so I closed
all the workbooks and re-opened them. Now I'm getting the following Run-Time
error '1004':

'Test Tally SheetIII.htm" could not be found. Check the spelling of the
file name, and verify that the file location is correct.
If you are trying to open the file from you list of most recently used
files, make sure that the file has not been renamed, moved, or deleted.

Test Tally SheetIII is open. I don't understand. Does the order in which
you open the Workbook matter? If so that seems... wrong. Why was this
working fine before and now it's not?


I figured this out. I replaced:

Application.Run "'Test Tally SheetIII'!DirectorFormat"


Application.Run "'Test Tally SheetIII.xlsm'!DirectorFormat"

and now it works as intended. Not sure why it was working just fine before
without the .xlsm though.

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