Now repeat the procedure for adding remaining name ranges for consolidation.
you can see in the screenshot below, that we have added all the name ranges.
In this article, you saw several code samples that you can use to merge data from all or some worksheets into one summary worksheet.
Exploring and implementing these techniques into your own applications can help make your job as a developer easier and make your solutions more versatile.
(13 printed pages)Ron de Bruin, Microsoft Office Excel MVPFrank Rice, Microsoft Corporation August 2008Applies to: Microsoft Office Excel 2007, Microsoft Office Excel 2003, Microsoft Excel 2002, Microsoft Excel 2000Contents or consolidate the data in each worksheet into a summary worksheet.
As you can see in the screenshots below that we have included three worksheets containing students records in each exam.
Ron de Bruin is an Excel Most Valuable Professional (MVP) and a frequent contributor to the newsgroups. Frank Rice is a programming writer and frequent contributor to the Microsoft Office Developer Center.
We usually maintain the data in multiple worksheets to check the data for each instance and to view them individually but it would be great to merge all the data from different worksheets in Excel spreadsheet to analyze it.
Summary: Microsoft Office Excel MVP Ron de Bruin provides a number of samples to merge data from multiple worksheets into one summary worksheet.
After you have all the data on one worksheet, you can do things such as build a Pivot Table report based on your specific criteria or use the filter options in Excel 2007 to get the results you want.
Data consolidation in Microsoft Excel is arguably one of the most challenging and time-consuming tasks.