Next, he used the extract feature of the Consolidation Assistant to extract values from the same cell on each sheet and place on a new worksheet, which became his database worksheet.
In this tutorial we will show you how to consolidate multiple worksheets into a Pivot table using Excel.
Maybe you have a set of addresses where the street, city and postal code are in adjacent columns but you need to put them together for generating a mailing list.
Fortunately, Excel 2016 (and all prior versions) make it very easy to grab data from many different cells and put it into one.
It is compatible with Microsoft Excel 2007, Excel 2010, Excel 2013, Excel 2016, and Office 365.
One of our customers recently received 47 workbooks and needed to get data from each sheet named "data" in these files.
Consolidating means to combine or summarize data from two or more worksheets.
The Consolidation Assistant add-in for Microsoft Excel is designed to help you consolidate data from multiple workbooks or from multiple worksheets.
In this case the Pivot table consolidation technique will not work.
Further information: We need to make sure that there are no blank cells anywhere in our data table.
There might be some different worksheets (or workbooks) that you have in your collection with data arranged differently, but you’ll still want to create a pivot table.
In this tutorial, we will use the consolidating sample file. The workbook contains four worksheets, and all those worksheets are data collections that you can use to combine into a Pivot Table.