Multiple Sheets Into One Sheet

  1. Figure 2 – Sheet 1 for merge table from different sheets. Figure 3 – Sheet 2 for merging excel sheets into one. Figure 4 – Sheet 3 for merging excel sheets into one. In the blank sheet, we will go to the Data Tab; Next, we will click on Get External Data or Get Data (depending on Excel version) Figure 5 – How to merge spreadsheets in excel.
  2. 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. Function: You can select a function from this drop down menu (sum, count, average, etc).
  3. How to Combine Data from Multiple Sheets Using Query Formula in Google Doc Sheets. Now let us see how to combine the above two sheets into a single sheet in the same Google Sheets file. I mean in the third sheet named as “Combined”. Below is the Query formula to combine the above two Sheets’ data into a single sheet.
  4. The Power Query tool sheets provide a quick and easy way to combine a lot of worksheets into one. When we have just a few sets of workbooks we want to merge, we can use these steps: We will open all the worksheets we wish to combine Figure 2 – Sheet 1 for merge table from different sheets.
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My question is similar to this one, but has additional requirements not addressed there:

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In one file I will many sheets. I will have one main sheet that summarizes and presents all the data from the other sheets. The other sheets will be raw data. I will not organize or format this data. And I cannot change the structure (such as moving or adding columns). Each of these other sheets will have the same structure (same columns).

How can I summarise transactional data from multiple data sheets into one report? The complication is I am regularly adding new data sheets and the sheets are laid out differently. This appears to be a difficult situation to solve, but Excel has a function that can turn chaos into structure. It is the INDIRECT function.

Multiple Sheets Into One Sheet

However, in my main sheet, I need to be able to aggregate all the data as well as rearrange it. I need the columns in a different order. I need to sort the data. I need additional columns, etc.

To update my data I will need to be able to simply paste new data into the other sheets. The column structure in the other sheets will always be the same. There will be an arbitrary number of rows.

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The solution needs to be robust in that the main sheet will continue to function as expected even when I paste new data into the other sheets. And I will continue to enhance the main sheet, so I need to be able to move columns and do other data manipulation operations exactly as I would on any normal sheet.

All my formatting, sorting and column rearranging will be limited to the main sheet.

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Merge Multiple Sheets Into One Sheet

Closed for the following reason the question is answered, right answer was accepted by Alex Kemp
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