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How to collect data from multiple sheets to a master sheet in Excel?
In some time, you may need to collect data from multiple sheets into one master sheet for consolidating or doing other operations as below screenshot shown, but to copy and paste the contents one by one is troublesome, is there any tricks can quickly solve it in Excel?
If you want to collect data from multiple sheets into one sheet in the same workbook, you can apply the Consolidate function in Excel.
1. In a new sheet of the workbook which you want to collect data from sheets, click Data > Consolidate.
2. In the Consolidate dialog, do as these:
(1 Select one operation you want to do after combine the data in Function drop down list;
(2 Click to select the range of each sheet you want to collect;
(3 Click Add button to add the data range into the All references list box;
(4 Check the labels you use after combine data, and check Create links to source data option if you want to link the data in combine sheet with source data.
3. Click OK. Now the data have been collect and sum in one sheet.
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Here is a VBA code can collect data from all sheets in a new sheet in the current workbook.
1. Press Alt + F11 key to enable the Microsoft Visual Basic for Applications window.
2. Click Insert > Module, and copy and paste below code to the Module script.
VBA: Collect all data from sheets into one.
Sub Combine() 'UpdatebyExtendoffice20180205 Dim I As Long Dim xRg As Range On Error Resume Next Worksheets.Add Sheets(1) ActiveSheet.Name = "Combined" For I = 2 To Sheets.Count Set xRg = Sheets(1).UsedRange If I > 2 Then Set xRg = Sheets(1).Cells(xRg.Rows.Count + 1, 1) End If Sheets(I).Activate ActiveSheet.UsedRange.Copy xRg Next End Sub
3. Press F5 key to run the code, all data of the whole workbook has been collected in the new sheet Combined.
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Combine multiple worksheets from workbook into one worksheet
Combine all same name worksheets into one worksheet
Combine multiple worksheets from workbooks into one workbook
Consolidate and calculate values across multiple workbooks into one worksheet
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After free installing Kutools for Excel, please do as below:
If you just want to combine sheets into one sheet without any other operations, you can do as these:
1. Enable Excel, click Kutools Plus > Combine, there is one or two dialogs pop out to remind you some notices, just click OK and Yes to continue. See screenshot:
2. Click OK to go to the Combine window, check Combine multiple worksheets from workbook into worksheet option.
3. Click Next, then click Add > File / Folder to add workbooks you will use to combine into the Workbook list. Then go to Worksheet list to check the sheets you want to combine form each workbooks.
4. Click Next to go to the last step, you can specify some setting about the combine result as you need. If you do not need this step.
5. Click Finish and select one folder to place the new workbook which combine data from sheets.
6. Click Save. Now all data has been collected from sheets across workbook into one master sheet.
If you want to consolidate worksheets across workbooks into one, do as these:
1. In the Combine window, check Consolidate and calculate values across multiple worksheets into one worksheet option.
2. Click Next, and add files into Workbook list, then check the sheets you use to combine and calculate.
3. Click Next, then select one calculation from Function drop down list, and check other options as you need.
4. Click Finish to save the new workbook into a folder.
Now the sheets across workbooks have been consolidated and calculated into one sheet.
Comsolidate worksheets from workbooks into one sheet
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- To post as a guest, your comment is unpublished.· 11 months agohmm your VBA code removes the last row from individual sheet when combined .. any idea how to solve this issue?
- To post as a guest, your comment is unpublished.· 1 years agoHow do you make your VBA overwrite the compiled data onto the same master list, rather than add a new sheet?
- To post as a guest, your comment is unpublished.· 1 years agoDe que forma se puede obtener solo el valor de las hojas y llevarla a la hoja que se va a resumir todo, por ejemplo, en caso de que una hoja de las que se van a combinar exista una celda calculada o que dependa de otra hoja, por eso pregunto si se puede llevar solo los valores.
- To post as a guest, your comment is unpublished.· 1 years agoSorry, could you repeat your quetion in English?