To have a closer look at this and a other merge tools for Excel, you are welcome to download 14-day trial version of the Ultimate Suite.The tutorial demonstrates different ways to combine sheets in Excel depending on what result you are after - consolidate data from multiple worksheets, combine several sheets by copying their data, or merge two Excel spreadsheets into one by the key column.Today we will tackle a problem that many Excel users are struggling with daily - how to merge multiple Excel sheets into one without copying and pasting.The tutorial covers two most common scenarios: consolidating numeric data (sum, count, average, etc.) and merging sheets (i.e. The quickest way to consolidate data in Excel (located in one workbook or multiple workbooks) is by using the built-in Excel Consolidate feature. Supposing you have a number of reports from your company regional offices and you want to consolidate those figures into a master worksheet so that you have one summary report with sales totals of all the products.However, merging multiple Excel workbooks into one file could be a cumbersome and long process, especially if the workbooks you need to combine contain multiple worksheets. Will you be coping sheets manually or with VBA code?
If you choose to participate, the online survey will be presented to you when you leave the Msdn Web site. For the wizard to identify the columns correctly, make sure you have selected the option My tables have headers.As the result, your Excel worksheets will be merged as demonstrated in the following screenshot. Merge certain columns from multiple sheets If you have really large sheets with tons of different columns, you may want to merge only the most important ones to a summary table.When coping sheets manually, please be aware of the following limitation imposed by Excel: it is not possible to move or copy a group of sheets that contains a table.In this case, you will have to either convert a table to a range or use one of the following methods that do not have this limitation.This Sub Merge Excel Files() Dim fname List, fname Cur File As Variant Dim count Files, count Sheets As Integer Dim wks Cur Sheet As Worksheet Dim wbk Cur Book, wbk Src Book As Workbook fname List = Application. After the macro completes, it will notify you how many files have been processed and how many sheets have been merged: If you are not very comfortable with VBA and looking for an easier and faster way to merge Excel files, have a look at the tool, one of 60 time saving features included with our Ultimate Suite for Excel.