One of the common headaches I have come across in the course of my career as a Trainer in Excel Dashboards is the question of how to combine data from multiple worksheets into one master worksheet, so that you can analyze smartly.
Many general users of Excel retire to the time consuming method of copy and pasting, which works, if you have few worksheets. It doesn’t have to be that way! Learn at least 3 ways at your disposal to combine multiple worksheets into a consolidated position. Continue reading “How to Combine Data from Multiple Worksheets into One Master Worksheet”
Do you have data in multiple worksheets that you wish to aggregate into a single sheet? Then this article is primarily written to address just that -how to consolidate data from multiple worksheets to a summary worksheets in Excel. Continue reading “How to Consolidate Data from Multiple Worksheets in Excel”
Using Excel macros to combine multiple sheets is one of the ways to greatly enhance productivity by automating and speeding up the process, especially where the number of worksheets are many. If you have not gone through the various approaches, follow these links:
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Every time I’m training staff from various corporates and I introduce this concept, the comments I get at the end is that ‘this is magic!‘ I normally inquire how the delegates deal with blanks in data. Some menial ways is to either (1)copy and paste, (2)autofill OR (3)use CTRL+D. All the methods work, the challenge is that people take 4 hours or more doing nothing productive. This posts addresses these inefficiencies. The data structure is as shown below:
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