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21-Sep-2017 11:16

How to merge excel files or combine excel files into a single sheet from a different workbook using excel macro is the topic of this blog.

But in the earlier blog, we have covered how to merge data in a single sheet when the data are coming from the same sheet.

Please see this link for a detailed description of the mode (how to combine sheets with the same name to one) The add-in is a shareware, but it has a 15-day fully-funtional trial version (download button at the top of the page), so you can merge thousands of your workbooks for free :) The selected worksheets will be moved or copied from the original workbook into your "Master" workbook. Because it has attracted low-quality or spam answers that had to be removed, posting an answer now requires 10 reputation on this site (the association bonus does not count).

Just close the source wookbook and do it again with the next one, until you've collected all the worksheets you care about into one large wookbook. Would you like to answer one of these unanswered questions instead?

At the same time, a small piece of macro code will do the trick to merge excel files for you even though you are not a programmer.

All you need to know is how to paste the VBA code and run it.

Close True Filename = Dir Loop Msg Box "All the files are copied and pasted in Book1." End Sub and close the workbook.You can use Excel's Consolidate feature to consolidate your worksheets (located in one workbook or multiple workbooks) into one worksheet. If you check Create links to source data, Excel creates a link to your source data (your consolidated data will be updated if your source data changes) and creates an outline. Below you can find the workbooks of three districts. On the Data tab, in the Data Tools group, click Consolidate. For example, cell B2 (in distric1.xlsx) cell B2 (in district2.xlsx) cell B2 (in district3.xlsx).

Note: if you don't check Top row and Left column, Excel sums all cells that have the same position.It automatically selects the same range so long as each subsequent worksheet has the same layout (i.e., the table begins at the same cell as ours at ‘B2’). In this, we got a single table that shows the sum for all tables being consolidated.