5 clicks will copy identically named sheets to one workbook, ready for you to review.
Using standard options is somewhat cumbersome and it limits your possibilities.
You can summarize data from multiple sheets that took months to collect, combine several Excel files, bring sheets with the same name to one workbook, and a lot more.
When you have similar data in different Excel files, say, split by the year, eventually you'll need to create a chart, a Pivot table, or some sort of summary report with it.
Sometimes you need to copy the same range from different worksheets to one; sometimes you sum up data, or simply bring several workbooks together by your criterion.
Consolidate Worksheets Wizard solves the most common tasks for bringing data from different spreadsheets into one in Microsoft Excel 2003-2016.Common methods to consolidate in Excel include consolidating by position, by category, by formula or by using Excel’s Pivot Table feature.Scroll past the jump to learn how to consolidate in Excel so that your information appears in a master worksheet as a reference whenever you need to generate reports. You are now back in the Manage Attachments - Excel Forum window. Click the Upload button and wait until the file has uploaded. You create summary reports using data from several different workbooks.The add-in can take the same range from dozens of worksheets and bring all the data to one file, no excess rows or laborious switching between sheets.The same goes for worksheets you need to have in one Excel workbook: just select all you need, they do not have to be open to be copied to one file. If each workbook you have represents a month, and you need to create one that would represent the whole year – there is an option in this wizard that will convert every workbook to one excel sheet and take them all to one new Excel sheet.What about learning how January in 2012 was different from January 2013?Do you need to shuffle worksheets with the same names because they are in different files?(13 printed pages) Ron de Bruin, Microsoft Office Excel MVP Frank Rice, Microsoft Corporation August 2008 Applies to: Microsoft Office Excel 2007, Microsoft Office Excel 2003, Microsoft Excel 2002, Microsoft Excel 2000 Contents When you use workbooks that contain multiple worksheets, a common task is to roll up or consolidate the data in each worksheet into a summary worksheet.The samples described in this article add a worksheet to the active workbook and then copy a range of cells from every worksheet to the summary worksheet.