In my starting days with Excel, I was really bad at consolidating data.
If you asked me to capture sales data for four different zones, I would create four different worksheets for that.
Yes, I was that bad.
But you always learn from your mistakes.
Am I right?
And if you are doing the same mistakes like I did, I have an amazing tip for you.
One of the best Excel options which I have learned about managing data is to Consolidate Data From Multiple Worksheets in a Single Worksheet.
Want to know the best part?
You dont need any VBA/Macro code.
And in todays post, Im going to show you exact simple steps to combine data from multiple sheets.
here we go.
How to Consolidate Data in Excel from Multiple Worksheets [Steps]
Here you have these four worksheets (DOWNLOAD this file from here) for four different zones which have the same structure.
...now here are the steps you need to follow to consolidate data from these multiple tabs.
Once you click OK, it will instantly give you a consolidated data table with the same structure.
Add table heading in cell A1 and you can also useformat painter to copy formatting from other worksheets.
Finally, you have a worksheet with consolidated data.
Other Options in Consolidate
Consolidate is a handy tool to consolidate multiple worksheets into a single sheet but we have a lot of other things in this.
Let me explain it one by one.
In the end, I just want to say, its an awesome option to consolidate data within seconds. The best part is you can capture N number of worksheets with it.
If you go with the manual method to consolidate data, itis a real pain. You know, doing one by one or using formula.
I hope you will get better in your work with this tip now tell me one thing.
Do you know another method for this?
Please share your views with me in the comment section, I'd love to hear from you anddont forget to share this tip with your friends.
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Puneet is using Excel since his college days. He helped thousands of people to understand the power of the spreadsheets and learn Microsoft Excel. You can ﬁnd him online, tweeting about Excel, on a running track, or sometimes hiking up a mountain.
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