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 .
Data from different worksheets will paste to the last row (same column) of the consolidating worksheet. Name Like data Sht Nm Then consol Last Row = col Last Row(consol Sht Nm, "B") 'check the last row in consol sheet looped Sht Last Row = col Last Row(sht. Name Next i End If Next sht Else 'user cancel create new worksheet msgbox Rslt Dummy = Msg Box("Action cancel", vb Information) Exit Sub End If Else 'consolidation worksheet already exists msgbox Rslt2 = Msg Box("Worksheet '" & consol Sht Nm & "' already exists, new data will be appended beginning from the last record", vb OKCancel vb Exclamation) If msgbox Rslt2 = 2 Then 'user cancel append data to last record of desired worksheet dummy = Msg Box("Action cancel", vb Information) Else For Each sht In Active Workbook. Name, "A") 'check the last row in current looped sheet looped Sht Last Col = row Last Col Nm(sht. Paste For i = consol Last Row 1 To consol Last Row looped Sht Last Row - 1 Active Sheet.
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.
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