Combine Multiple Worksheets Into One Summary Sheet?
Jan 30, 2014
I have one workbook with 6 worksheets, each sheet has a table with the same headings, different data, each sheet is named south, east,erie central south & west, how can i pull them all into one summary sheet? and have it constantly update? using the = and referencing each sheet won't work as they will grow and overlap each other?
I want to create a summary sheet that will lookup a particular cells value on multiple sheets (averaging 58 sheets) in a workbook (e.g. $J$19) based upon a cell next to it ($I$19) that will match the criteria on the summary sheet (e.g. w1, w2, w3).
I have tried VLOOKAllSheets but when there are other similar workbooks open, it doesn't work right.
I have a workbook that tracks pollutant emissions. The workbook could end up having up to 180 worksheets, one for each pollutant and the emission total. I have VBA to create a new sheet for each pollutant (attached) using a hidden template sheet.
The summary sheet in position 1 needs to list each pollutant worksheet on a new row, and the same 4 cells from each worksheet (id, name, value, value). I have been typing out the cell references in the summary sheet, and it gets boring [=Sheet!Cell id], [=Sheet!Cell name], etc.
Is there a way for me to copy those cells to the summary sheet when the new sheet is created?
I have searched for my answer but because I am new to all this I am stuggling to manipulate some of the other code that is close to what I am after..
I am trying to find a quick way of summarising data from multiple detail sheets onto a summary sheet (all within the same workbook) with the number of worksheets varying (ie: I may add or delete worksheets).
I basically want a concise summary of the other detailed sheets.
My Workbook is setup as follows:
Multiple sheets detailing each individual trade (with a summary at the bottom with the basic info I need on the summary sheet).
A summary sheet totalling the profit/ loss from all trades, costs of all trades etc (I am ok with this).
A summary sheet summarising all trades - ie each of the summaries contained on the individual trade sheets consolidated onto one sheet for quick reference:
What I am struggling to get onto the summary sheet is all the individual summaries on the detail sheets. The reason for this is that each trade can have up to 3 positions: the Initial trade, Pyramid 1 & Pyramid 2. (This range is in the same location of each sheet but could be 1, 2 or 3 lines) and the number of trades I enter during the month can vary (ie the worksheet number can vary).
I don’t want to have to manually update a range, of a consolidation for example, each time I add a new trade (new worksheet) & want to view a summary.
I thought it would be easier to summaries each trade at the bottom of each trade sheet so I can pick the information up from the same spot already in the format I want it in for the summary page.
Does anyone have any suggestions on how I can get the summary to search each sheet, no matter if there is 1 trade or 50 trades & pull the summary information which is located in the same spot onto the one sheet for a quick view?
I have attempted to use a table of contents macro and then Hlookups to pull corresponding data from each worksheet, but haven't had success
Issue: Excel workbook contains 50+ worksheets formatted the same, with data located in the same cells. Worksheets are constantly added to the workbook so the formula needs to scan the entire workbook
How the data is organized: Subject headings are as follows: Cell A1 is "Loan ID"; A2 is labeled "Deal Name"; A3 is "Property Name"; A6 is "Loan Amount"; and E4 is "Asset Manager". Cells B1,B2, B3, B6, and F4 contain the corresponding data.
Goal: I would like to automatically pull all of this information onto a summary page (much like a table of contents, but with the subject headings running across the top of the page) and the text data running down the page. I would also like to be able to click on the property name and have it direct me to the corresponding tab<br> <br>
I have attached an example of what I am looking for, see "summary" tab for end result and other tabs as make-up of the data.
I have an excel workbook containing 123 worksheets. Sheet1 I have titled "Summary" and I wish to copy data from the remaining sheets (2-123) into it. Each sheet is formatted in the same way, and I wish to take the data in cells E66:G130 from each worksheet and paste it into the Summary sheet (so, Sheet2's 3 columns would be pasted in cell A1, Sheet3's in D1, and so on).
I gave a couple of codes a go (this one is from a thread "Copy Data From Multiple Worksheets & Append To Single Worksheet", I tried to alter accordingly):
I have over 200 worksheets - separate participants data. On each sheet there is a summary column of data at the moment. I now want those columns of data copied to a summary sheet but transposed to rows.
I have attached an example with 3 worksheets and the sort of summary sheet I am after.
I'm making a Excel list for trading cards (MTG) and I've divided it into different worksheets in order to sort it by the color of the cards (not really important I guess).
The issue I have is that I want it to copy certain columns (in this case C3:C1000, F3:F1000, G3:1000 ) from almost all of the worksheets into a new worksheet where it should paste them into column A, B and C.
In two of the worksheets it's also different (C3:C1000 , G3:G:1000, H3:H1000).
I've seen many where you copy one range from multiple worksheets, and that would've been okay I guess if not those two worksheets were different. I'd prefer not to change them, and I'd also prefer if I could've gotten just the information I needed also. Is this possible to do?
I have a work book. The sheets are for different months. I also have a summary pages that calculates and number of things. How I get the summary page to look at a different work sheet without changing to many things.
OctAlice KwokCandy LeeStudents Served %77% (=Oct!C2)0% (=Oct!D2)PM Satisfaction3.66 (=Oct!C3)2.67 (=Oct!D3)14 Day KPI85%85%
Current the formula points direcrt the the worksheet =Oct!C2
I would like to be able to change a cell that matched worksheet names and the summary automatically looks at that work sheet.
I have a workbook that has various number of worksheets at any time. Each worksheet has data about current employees. We can have anywhere between 20 and 50 employees at a time. When we get a new employee, we take the "template" worksheet, copy it, and rename it with the employee name. We also have a summary sheet. On the summary sheet we have the employee name in column "A" and the hire date in column "B"
Each employee sheet is set up the same since we use the template. So the employee name is in cell "A6" and the date is in "I6".
Is there a macro I can use that will update the summary page every time a worksheet is added or removed? I don't want the macro to run on its own - I want to make sure we can manually run it (after we are done entering data into the new sheet).
So, basically, what I want to do is to search for all worksheets except "template" and "summary" and take the value in cells "A6" and "I6" and paste it in the "summary" sheet in cells "A3" and "B3" respectively, and then the next values from the next sheet into "A4" and "B4" and so on and so on.
I have been experimenting with code all day, and started just trying to get the employee names copied over (cell A6) and can't do it so I haven't even tried the hire date yet (cell I6). I have tried probably 15 different codes but I guess I do not know what I am doing. The latest code I tried is....
Worksheets("Summary").Activate FirstCell = Worksheets("Summary").Range("A3") For Each Worksheet In Sheets If Worksheet.Name "Summary" Then ActiveSheet.Range("A6").Copy Destination:=Worksheets("Summary").Range(FirstCell + 1, 0) End If Next Worksheet End Sub
It would be cool too if after all the values have been pasted into the "summary" sheet if I could sort alphabetically, but I don't want to push my luck.
I have 9 sheets of sales data, some with over 50,000 records. I need a way to present this information in another worksheet so I can bring up just the data based on individual brands. I understand a pivot table is needed however I cannot see how to gather data from multiple worksheets.
I need to look at all the different sales for Product A, which appears in multiple worksheets. Product A is broken down to store-level, with records for number of sales in each store, one record for units and one for value (for the same store and product). Is there a way I can get the data for all of Product A in one worksheet so I can then easily add the totals across all stores by both units and value?
E.g. Store 1 - Product A - 10 units Store 1 - Product A - £20 Store 2 - Product A - 7 units Store 2 - Product A - £14
I am trying to create one Excel file for accounting purposes. Within this file I want to create a worksheet for each customer I have in my store. On this sheet I want to list my costs and their payments. I would like to then create a summary sheet which adds all of the individual customer sheets together. Now this is easy to do manually, but what I need to create is an automation (Macro I assume) that does the following:
I add a new sheet and name it after the new customer. The Macro automatically adds that sheet into the formula for the summary sheet. This way may secretary only needs to activate the macro, which will copy a sheet and automatically update the summary page to include this newly copied sheet and all its information. Now the process for automating projected costs and profits is very easy and requires nothing more but to activate the macro.
In the attached WB I'm looking for some formula (for cells A6:C6 in the brown table) to summaries cells A2, in the different sheets, as per a criteria, located in cells A5:C5 in the brown table.
The criterias (A, B, and C) should check cells A1 of each sheet.
I would also like to know how to handle sheets named A, B, C, D, E instead of Numbers in such formulas.
So far for my question.
In addition - I tried some " Array Formulas" in order to understand the concept of solving such a problem - and came up with some "weird" results as you will see in the attached WB. Any additional word will be superfluous...
I have several tabs, 100 or so, and would like to have cost per West, South region etc onto a summary sheet. The summary must separate these costs per individual company per tab/worksheet. I'm looking for a formula, a macro or both to execute this work for me. The tab list grows every time i.e. new ones are set up all the time so the formula has to take this into consideration.
I need to transfer a lot of data from many worksheets into one worksheet. The columns are all uniform, but the rows are not. I’d like some VBA code that would look at worksheet A(1) and copy the first entire row where column A is not blank and paste it to the first blank row in another worksheet titled “A(Combined)”. The code would then copy the second blank row in A(1) and paste it into the next blank row of “A(Combined)”. The code would continue until all rows with data in column A are transferred to “A(Combined)” and then proceed to worksheet A(2), etc. and do the same. See the attached workbook
I have two sheets in this sample workbook attached and need to have the data from the Pending sheet and the Completed sheet to be combined into a third sheet in the same workbook. They have the same column headers and need a macro to combine them even as data is continuously added to both sheets as time goes on.
I have data in multiple worksheets and I want it all combined in 1 excel sheet. The 1st worksheet is named as A and all the data in column labled "date" as well as column labled "name" should be copied to master sheet. The range is not specific as vary every month. 2nd worksheet is named as B and all the data in column labled "date" as well as column labled "name" should be copied to master sheet. The range is not specific as vary every month. and there are some more worksheets like that. The start point of data will always be same but can end till any row. Can I get a code for collating all together in one sheet,
I have 5 worksheets (all formatted the same) with data inputs from row 19 to 119 and columns A to BA. After row 119 I have several sums based on the data that is being entered on rows 19 to 119, I don't want this data being copied over. In most cases all rows from 19 to 119 will not be used, so I would only like to copy the rows that have data. To complicate matters, there are times when there will be blank rows within rows that have data. For example rows 19 to 25 will have data and 26 will be blank but rows 27 to 38 will have data. The blank rows are identified by column A (Job Number) being blank. This occurs because a job is dropped from the schedule and is no longer necessary.
In the end, I would like to have a button using VBA that will first clear the data in the new sheet (the sheet that is being populated with the information) and then re-populate it with updated data from the 5 worksheets.
excel 2010. This workbook has 4 worksheet(Process Engineer,OSBL,OSA,Lab Operator) I want to know what is the best excel formula/function to summary this 4 worksheet.
Example:I want a formula/function to summary all the statement from 4 worksheets and total number of answer "1" per statement from 4 worksheet.
Sample Statement below
"Demonstrate Interpersonal (People-to-People-) Skills" Question:What is the formula if above statement contains this statement in 4 worksheet?As i checked the total is 4 then What is the formula to get all total answered ICC on this statement from 4 worksheet?
I'm trying to combine data from several worksheets (one sheet per workbook) into a single, consolidated master worksheet for reporting purposes (filters and pivot tables). We do not need to keep formulas for the master worksheet, only values and formats. Individual worksheets are used by different users to capture case data in a Human Services field. Column headings are identical, but rows contain data on individual cases. I'm trying to find a relatively easy way to combine multiple worksheets into a single master. After I establish the worksheets and technique, it will be operated by extremely basic users so I've been reluctant to use extensive macros.
Because of complex reporting needs, the exact combination of worksheets being combined for reporting may vary. For example, one time I may combine Tom, Dick and Harry, another time Tom, Dick and Bob, and yet another time Tom, Dick, Bob and Harry. Obviously, one method is to cut and paste the rows into a single worksheet. Are there more elegant solutions that could easily be handled by very basic users? Worksheets are stored in a single folder along with a separate worksheet used for validation rules (as you can guess, this would ideally be a database application but for various economic and political reasons we are using Excel). One possibility, if straightforward, is to use Access to consolidate data then export it back to Excel for analysis. I've scoured the various threads but have not found a situation mirroring mine. The number of rows for each worksheet is generally less than one hundred, but there will be a few exceeding several hundred. Total numer of rows of the resultant master worksheet will not exceed 10,000.
I have about 30 Excel files, each with multiple tabs. Each file has a tab called "Invoice." I would like to create one workbook with all 30 Invoice tabs. As of not I am manually copying and pasting, which takes a while. There has to be an easier way, and I found this VB script to combine entire workbooks.
Is there any way I can run this and get just that Invoice tab and not all tabs on all files?
Sub GetSheets() Path = "C:UsersdtDesktopdt kte" Filename = Dir(Path & "*.xls") Do While Filename <> "" Workbooks.Open Filename:=Path & Filename, ReadOnly:=True For Each Sheet In ActiveWorkbook.Sheets Sheet.Copy After:=ThisWorkbook.Sheets(1) Next Sheet Workbooks(Filename).Close Filename = Dir() Loop End Sub
I have four worksheets that all contain the same header row in row 1, but different data in the data rows. I would like to combine all the data from each of the 4 worksheets into a new (created by code) worksheet named "WS Combine". The worksheet named "Result I want 01" simulates exactly what I want the "WS Combine" worksheet to look like. Can this be done?
The header row, however, only needs to be brought over once (with all formatting intact; ie header pane frozen, yellow, centered & bold).
The Worksheet named "Result I want 02" simulates the second thing I would like to do. This worksheet basically looks at "Result I want 01" and copies ONLY the rows that are RED and BOLD and pastes these rows (along with the header row). This worksheet could be named "Red Totals"
A couple of nuances...
1. The rows that are RED and BOLD in the four original worksheets are not always in the same position. That's because they don't currently populate that way so I wanted to make this as real as possible. Therefore, ideally, code that says "just copy all data from four worksheets" would not be sufficient.
If it's not possible or too involved to have the worksheet named "Result I want 01" reorder the rows this way when copying them over, then having them in any order is fine.
2. I need to keep the font formatting of ALL the rows intact as future code will not work without this formatting retained on the two new worksheets.
3. It is possible that duplicate rows can be created (two worksheets have the same exact data) when combining these four worksheets into one. If this is the case, then either allow that to happen or simply delete the duplicate row, whichever is easier.
I have groups of folders that I need to extract "Sheet2" from each workbook and assemble them into one workbook. Along the way I want to rename the sheets to the file name (-xls). I have assembled this code so far but it is broken
Sub CombineSheets() Dim sPath As String Dim sFname As String Dim wBk As Workbook Dim wSht As Variant
I wanted to see if it were possible to combine multiple worksheets into one new worksheet, but without duplicating columns with the same heading, enabling the data to fall into the correct column if it's shared in multiple worksheets, and adding columns if their unique. Furthermore, if there are a few "leading" columns, i.e. ones that are shared in every sheet and never move from where they are, to include those as the leading columns in the new sheet. I'm unable to post an attachment, but I'll try to paint a picture. This is on a much smaller scale than intended, but I want to combine Sheet 1 and Sheet 2 to form Sheet 3 (which I've manually copied to look how I would want it to look if the formula/code works properly). Columns A, B, and C are the "leading" columns I was referencing, whereas any of the following columns may or may not be shared in the various worksheets, but should still be included and combined if they're the same. There also might be a different number of columns depending on the sheet. I consider myself somewhat of an intermediate user, and I am familiar with using VBA codes for formulas should that be the proper remedy.