Quickly split data into multiple worksheets based on selected column in Excel

Supposing you have a worksheet that has data in columns A to G, the salesman’s name is in column A and you need to automatically split this data into multiple worksheets based on the column A in the same workbook. Each salesman will be splitted into a new worksheet. Kutools for Excel’s Split Date utility can quickly split data into multiple worksheets based on selected column in Excel.

Split data into multiple worksheets based on selected column

Split data into multiple worksheets based on every other rows

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arrow blue right bubbleClick Enterprise > Worksheet Tools > Split Data (or Enterprise > Split Data). See screenshots:


arrow blue right bubble Split data into multiple worksheets based on selected column

Supposing you have a range data as shown in the below screenshot, and you want to quickly split this data into multiple worksheets based on the column A in a workbook by splitting each name in a new worksheet. For example, all Kelly will be splitted into the same worksheet. You can get it done as follows:

1. Please select the range which you want to split into multiple worksheet based on a column. Tip: If you have selected a range with header, please checked My data has headers option.

2. And then applying the utility by clicking Enterprise > Worksheet Tools > Split Data. In the Split Date into Multiple Worksheets dialog box, please choose Specific column and then specify a column which you want to split data based on from the drop-down list.

3. Please specify the new worksheets name. You can use the Values of Column as the new worksheets name. You can also type in a Prefix or Suffix for the worksheets name.

4. Click OK to split data. See screenshot:

Each name in the column has been splitted into a new worksheet.


arrow blue right bubble Split data into multiple worksheets based on every other rows

Supposing you have a range data as shown in the below screenshot, and you want to quickly split this data into multiple worksheets based on every other rows, for example, split every 5 rows of data into a new worksheet in the same workbook. You can get it donw as follows:

1. Please select the range that you want to split into multiple worksheets based on every 5 rows.

2. And then applying the utility by clicking Enterprise > Worksheet Tools > Split Data. In the Split Date into Multiple Worksheets dialog box, please choose Fixed rows and then specify the rows number in the box.

3. Please specify the new worksheets name. You can use the Row Numbers as the new worksheets name. You can also type in a Prefix or Suffix for the worksheets name.

4. Click OK to split data. See screenshot:

Every 5 rows of this range has been spited into a new worksheet in the same workbook.


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