Consolidate Multiple Worksheets Into One - Copy Rows Even When Autofilter Is In Use
Aug 19, 2014
I have a workbook that has several sheets in it with various rows of data on each sheet. I would like to have a macro to loop through all the sheets in the workbook and copy and paste the rows into a new summary sheet. The rows to be copied should only have data in Column A, in other words if Column A of a row is blank I want it skipped. Also Row 1 of every sheet contains my headers, and I am only using columns A through M. It needs to be able to copy rows even when autofilter is in use.
I have attempted to code a "capture" worksheet that will consolidate other worksheets into an importable template. The problem i'm having is when I run my code I beleive it is referenceing the capture page, instead of the other worksheets. I know there are a few ways to accomplish this, one being to reference the other pages through name or location. This will not work as the other sheet names and locations will change, the only constant is the page where all will be consolidated "change capture".
I beleive it is misreferencing as it points to a being 256, and b being 0... both should have different values.
I would like the capture page to consolidate downwards (begin the second paste after the last line of the previous paste).
I need some VBA to consolidate multiple worksheets into one (a 'master' worksheet). I do not have the data to hand. But I have been told every tab has identical columns but with varying number of rows. Also, please note that the data we are interested in starts a cell A15 on each tab.
I have several sheets in a workbook.. i need a macro that can consolidate/copy (an exact copy, word for word, number for number) all the data in these worksheets in one master sheet. however some of the sheets are still incomplete, thus i need the excel to update the master sheet whenever there are new data inserted (to any of the worksheet).
I am trying to create one giant pivot table from 3 different tables. I have been playing around with power pivot but can't create any relationships since my data is duplicated or something. I have three tables, each of which have a few columns that are the same- date, account, description and amount. The three tables are comprised of 3 bank statements from Mar-Oct. What I want to do is basically pivot the three tables so that I can list account by date for all of the entries in the 3 tables, however each of my tables may have duplicate dates such as:
Table 2 DateDate DetailCB AccountTranslation Transaction 2012.042012.04.02NOT DETERMINEDTO BE CONFIRMED WITH LUCIANA - INVESTMENT IN (649.63) 2012.042012.04.0312030RECEIVED FROM SUPPLIER 78.84 2012.042012.04.03NETTRANSFER CHECKING TO CORPORATE CHECKING (100.00) 2012.042012.04.03NETTRANSFER FROM INVESTMENTS 250.00 2012.042012.04.0412030RECEIVED FROM SUPPLIER 17.68 2012.042012.04.0512030RECEIVED FROM SUPPLIER 337.90
Is there a way for me to connect these two tables so that I can pivot by 2012.04 and show the sums of transactions by CB Account?
I have a workbook with 7 different worksheets (site_worksheets) containing data about various sites. I need to copy all this data into a single worksheet (worksheet_a). I want worksheet_a to update itself when another row of data is added to any of the site_worksheets.
I have a worksheet that was created by converting a pdf file of 40 pages or so. The conversion process created 40 separate worksheets in one workbook. I would like to consolidate all the data on to 1 large worksheet.
What I am attempting to do is take data from two columns on multiple sheets within the same workbook file and consolidate them using a macro. (End result would be a sum of the numbers associated with the adjacent name calculated using all the sheets data--as some names would appear on other sheets as well).
The first column is a list of names and the second is a list of numbers. I have titled the columns the same on each sheet and placed them in the same location. However, the number of rows of data each sheet contains will vary per sheet. (For example: one sheet might have 10 rows of names while the next might have 15 or so). Also, each time this file is to be used, there might be a differing number of sheets, as users add or remove a sheet.
Is it possible to create a macro that can scan the all the varying sheets's data and output a consolidation?
I have been able to create both a pivot table and use the consolidation feature by selecting the date ranges manually, but I am lost on how to automate this for other users that have very little excel knowledge.
I've uploaded an example file in case my explanation isn't clear.
I am writing a database for a construction site to monitor all the goods that come in and what apartment Blocks they end up in.
I have three worksheets from different areas of the site. They are simply lists of items coming in and are getting longer everyday. They are all in the same format and have the same column headings. Two of which are date and Location. The location will be Block A to Block G. I want to merge the 3 worksheets into 1 and be organised by date order so that I can then duplicate that worksheet for each Block and filter using the Location Column. The 3worksheets have data manually inputted each day and I would like the merged worksheets to update automatically.
I have about 50 tabs one for each city and i need to update information everyday for each of those cities. I now what the macro to update all the new entries in each of the worksheets into a consolidated Summary sheet. This is dynamic so if 10 rows are filled in the summary tab and if i update the rows in the individual city worksheets the summary tab should paste values from the 11th row and so on
I am trying to consolidate information from multiple (atleast two or more) worksheets (in the same workbook) into a single sheet.
The worksheets have identical column headings. There are 4 columns in each worksheet. The first three columns are text strings (and some cell in these columns may be blank). The fourth column is an integer. The number of rows in each worksheet is most likely to vary. Within a worksheet the rows are unique. However, some rows may be duplicated across worksheets.
To reiterate, here's what I am trying to do.
Step 1. Create a summary sheet.
Step 2. When there is a unique row (identified by the first three cells in that row) across worksheets then I have that row as is in my summary sheet.
Step 3. When there are duplicate rows (identified by the first three cells in that row) across worksheets, I want to add up the cell in the fourth column associated with those row in my summary sheet
I have tried union (works only within a sheet), consolidate (works only with a single column). I don't need the sophistication of a pivot table but simply an aggregation of data
I am trying to do this using macros (within an add-in)
I have enclosed a sample workbook with the expected output. I created this workbook by hand in an attempt to clarify my problem statement.
I have a workbook with 4 sheets and with sheet 5 as a "consolidated" sheet. I have to create the macro, which will on a daily basis copy the populated data from those 4 sheets and paste into the sheet 5 (same workbook). The data in the Sheet 5 should be pasted from row 2 below each other.. Row 1 will be the headings and shouldn't be replaced. The data in all 4 sheets should be copied from row starting 37, columns C to BA but it will end with different row numbers. note that columns A & B are populated but shouldn't be copied.
l need to consolidate up to 3 columns of data from a varied number of worksheets within the same workbook. The sheets are (format/layout) structured in the same way. The columns need to get added next to each other in the consolidation sheet.
I have a workbook composed of many worksheets with varying names. Of the 40 or so worksheets, 25 of them contain data that I need to copy and consolidate into a master summary sheet within the same workbook. All of the sheets I need to grab data from have a worksheet name that ends in “(Data)”. All worksheets contain data that starts on the same row (row 8) but the number of rows of data will change daily. When I copy the data range on the individual sheets I do not want to copy the header row. I’ve tried various uses of the offset command with no luck to resize the selected range. I’ve also tried giving each range a named Dynamic Range and referring to this name in VBA code but that didn’t get me very far either. So the flow looks something like this:
1. Find all sheets with name ending in “(Data)” (i.e. “Project X (Data)”) 2.For each sheet found, find the data range and omit the first row of data. 3.Copy selected range. 4.Go to sheet “Master” and find the last row of data. Move down one row to the first empty row and paste copied range. 5.Go to next sheet and repeat.
I worked on a workbook which has multiple worksheets( mine has 6). The data doesn't start from A1. I want to copy the data from each worksheet into a sheet called summary. I want to create the macro that would only copy the heading row once.
I imagine my goal could be achieved via some scripting code, but, alas, I don't do vbs. Here's the situation: I have a spreadsheet generated by another office which lists individuals' names and information about participation in various programs. Each line lists name, address, program title and amount. The next line may be the same name, address with a different program and amount. Each person may have 4-5 entries. I want to make single entries for each individual, with colums showing the programs and amounts. Current: ID Name Address Program Amount 1 Bob home A 25 1 Bob home B 37 2 Dave home A 22 2 Dave home B 10 2 Dave home C 21
Need: ID Name Address Program A Program B Program C 1 Bob home 25 37 0 2 Dave home 22 10 21
Hopefully this makes it a bit more clear. The only way I know how to accomplish this is the "old fashioned" long hand approach of cut & paste. There are several thousand individuals, with (currently) tens of thousands of rows.
writing a macro that could save me loads of time. In the attached file there are 2 separate sheets of data ( named "Elements Innovation" and "Dinttap") that I need copied, pasted, transposed and consolidated into one master sheet (named "Desired result"). Note that the fields that relevant cells are highlighted in yellow. In reality I'll have many (~100) of these sheets that I need the data extracted from, and the work looks like it can be automated using VBA to speed things up.
I am wondering if Excel can consolidate data from 6 worksheets found in 6 different workbooks and consolidate them into a "master" workbook. Here is a sample of 2 worksheets, but again, there will be 6 in total:
Workbook Name = CC 0038 Worksheet Name = Monthly Results
Column A = Acct # Column B = Acct Description Column C = Actual Column D = Budget
I'm using a workbook containing a worksheet for each month of the year. I want to consolidate all the data from the different worksheets into one worksheet to enable data manipulation by means of a pivot table. Updates in the individual worksheets must be automatically updated in the consolidated worksheet.
I have attached a sample workbook to show my layout.
I need to link multiple sheets (but not all, just certain ones) to one "master sheet". More specifically I need to link only certain colums from each certain sheet. The sub sheets have detailed information, but I only want basic information on the master sheet like FirstName, LastName, Ext, Buyer#, etc Not every column from the certain sheets is needed.
I need a way to update this master sheet when I update the sub sheets manually. So if I add a employee record to a sub sheet, the master sheet is updated. These updates aren't often, so running a macro to rebuild the master sheet after I manually delete it wouldn't be out of the question, whatever is convienent.
In the attached worksheet, I believe there is a sheet called Items. I don't need any information from that sheet at all to be on the master sheet so it can't be in the array when the master sheet it built from the sub sheets.
I have around 10 worksheets containing a time sheet in each. In each sheet from cell A8 to A39 project nos. are entered for each day. I need to consolidate the total hours for each project. For this first I need to list out the project nos. from all the time sheets. Is there a way to do this by some formulas?
I have attached a sample. Kindly have a look at it. I have used a macro(taken from the forum) to protect all worksheets. Please press ctrl+shft+P and click OK to protect/unprotect the sheets. No password.
I want the information in the columns to be transposed on the summary sheet, but still linked to the original worksheet: 2007 Inpatient Outpatient 2006 Inpatient Outpatient 30000 32000 25000 21000
Copy and paste special with transpose does not link the spreadsheet. I tried to drag across after filling one cell, but the fill function increases by column from left to right, not row number. (It increases row number, which is what I need, only dragging down.)
I have an Excel Spreadsheet (2007) that contains over 500,000 records that shows Electric meter usage per month over a 24 month period per meter. What I want to be able to do is to select a meter row per number and copy is to it's own worksheet. At the end - I want to be able to have a seperate worksheet per electric meter number - that I can create a graph. If I go through all 9000 meters and copy and paste into a different worksheet - it will take me weeks to do manually. How can I do this automatically?
I think this needs a For Each loop, but I am stuck on how to get it accompished. In the folder I will have about 26 workbooks with all different titles, but the beggining is always the same for the workbook and the worksheet (Bldg). There will be only one ws per wb and the wb I am using to collect all of the worksheets is Final.xls. The code attached works fine, but the only way right now I know how to capture the next wb/ws is with a call.
I am trying to take a workbook with 10 worksheets and have the contents copied and pasted into a new worksheet without any extra blank rows onto a new spreadsheet. Does anyone know how to achieve this? The purpose is to copy the information off each of the 10 worksheets and be able to use the consolidated information for pivot tables.
- Each worksheet starts with data in cell A7 and ends at BL7
- The number of rows on each worksheet is inconsistent (e.g. one sheet ends at row 12 another at row 101)