Consolidating worksheets in excel 2016
On the Team1 worksheet, you can see that there is a rectangular region of data; it starts here in cell B3, and runs down the cell F7.It’s very important that your data be in a perfect rectangle. If we were to have Product in cell B2, and Year in cell C2, the data values would not be perfectly rectangular.Summary: Microsoft Office Excel MVP Ron de Bruin provides a number of samples to merge data from multiple worksheets into one summary worksheet.
Bad news: The Pivot Table Wizard is no available on the ribbon.
A short summary of data tables before we consolidate the worksheets: Sames ranges, same shapes and same labels are required to combine datasets into a pivot table.
Now check the Multiple consolidation ranges option.
The different procedures demonstrate techniques for copying varying size ranges as well as placing the data at specific locations in the summary sheet.
You can download a workbook that contains the code in this article at Ron de Bruin's Web site.
In this case the Pivot table consolidation technique will not work.