Consolidating data in excel 2016 multiple worksheets
You can merge data from one or several workbooks and csv files without opening them, combine sheets by label or by position, create summary reports, and more. For example, if you have a table with the number of sold items from each of your regional stores, you can use data consolidation to quickly get these figures in a single report.In this tutorial we will show you how to consolidate multiple worksheets into a Pivot table using Excel.Another customer with a similar situation but had to use the Consolidation Assistant's search and extract option because he forgot to protect the sheet from users inserting rows!As a result data was never in the same cell on all the sheets.The Consolidation Assistant add-in for Microsoft Excel is designed to help you consolidate data from multiple workbooks or from multiple worksheets.It is compatible with Microsoft Excel 2007, Excel 2010, Excel 2013, Excel 2016, and Office 365.
Now check the Multiple consolidation ranges option.
This data summarizes yearly sales for 4 years (from 2013 to 2016); the years are along the top and the row labels are along the side. Team1, Team2, Team3 and Team4 tabs contain similar data.
OK, go to the Team1 worksheet and now we can open the tool named the Pivot Table Wizard.
Once you have the data consolidated into one workbook you can use the search features of the Consolidation Assistant to extract ranges from selected worksheets: One of our customers used the Consolidation Assistant to consolidate a survey worksheet he had sent out to over a 100 managers.
The worksheet had responses scattered all over it .