Macro for consolidating excel files
For example, you have some data with the same headers in different sheets as below screenshots shown, and now your job is to merge these sheets into one sheet. The advantage of Kutools for Excel’s Combine function is that you can merge multiple sheets across opened workbooks or unopened workbooks into one worksheet or one workbook.
Instead of copying and pasting them one by one, this tutorial introduces the better ways for you to handle this job. Supposing you are working with a worksheet which contains multiple duplicate records, and now you need to combine / merge the rows based on the same value and do some calculations, such as sum, average, count of the duplicate rows.
I know there’s an easy version with VBA; problem is that I am a total ignorant in that area. But more than these ideas, I am interested to know how YOU solve this problem. Since I have very little experience in the area of consolidating data from multiple sheets in to one, I couldn’t give her any real advise.
I’ve been working on some VBA macro code to pull the data range from each tab of the monthly return and then stack them on top of each other.
I found snippets of code all over the web but I think the original code writer was Ron de Bruin who has some excellent VBA macro examples.
I have a lot of macro workbooks that consolidate multiple data ranges from individual tabs in the same workbook into one summary tab but today I discovered how to consolidate data ranges from different excel workbooks into one summary workbook.
My task today was to consolidate one of the worst NHS SLAM reports that we receive.
To repeat 2) step and 3) steps to add all ranges needed to merged into this list.4) Check Top row and Left column under Use labels in section.5) If you want to link the merged data to source data, check Create links to source data.