Now I will tell you various solutions to handle this task in Excel. In the popping dialog, select the calculation type you need from the drop down list of Function section. Then click to select data range to calculate, then click Add to add the range to All references list, see screenshot: 4. Note: If you want to consolidate data across workbooks, you need to name the data ranges first, then click Browse to select the workbook in the Consolidate dialog, then type the range name into it.
Consolidate data from multiple worksheets with Consolidate function Consolidate data from multiple worksheets with advanced Combine utility (1.)Select Select Combine columns under To combine selected cells according to following options;(2.)Specify a separator for the combined data, here I select Space;(3.))Specify the cell you want to place your combined result;(4.)Specify how you want to deal with the combined cells. Repeat step 3 to add all ranges you need to the All references list. See screenshot: This method is unconvenient, because you need to select ranges one by one, and if you need to consolidate data across workbooks, you need to name data range. If you have installed Kutools for Excel, you may find the Combine utility can help you quickly accomplish a consolidate report.
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 if any of those sheets 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.
Then check both options of Top row and Left column. If you do not have Kutools for Excel, you can free installed Kutools for Excel for 60 days.
Combine, and check the last option – Consolidate and calculate values across multiple workbooks into one worksheet. Then click Next, in this step, check the workbooks and sheets you need, then click to select data range.
Sheets(1) 'I used index, you said there is only 1 sheet '~~ Put additional variable declaration Dim wb Master As Workbook, wb Temp As Workbook Dim ws Master As Worksheet, ws Temp As Worksheet Dim i As Integer File Path = "\AM01PCIFS01.global.root\Home Dirs$\yameen.sarwar\Desktop\Test\II1\" My Files = "\AM01PCIFS01.global.root\Home Dirs$\yameen.sarwar\Desktop\Test\II1\*.xlsx" My File = Dir(My Files) With Application . Display Alerts = False End With '~~ Open the file and at the same time, set your variable Set wb Temp = Workbooks. Sheets(i) 'I used index, you said there is only 1 sheet '~~ Now directly work on your object With wb Master. Name) 'This matches the sheet name in the source workbook to the sheet name in the target workbook erow = .
Open(Filename:=File Path & My File, Read Only:=True) 'Start the loop of sheets within the source workbook For i = 1 To wb Temp.
To summarize and report results from separate worksheets, you can consolidate data from each sheet into a master worksheet.
If you have multiple Excel files that have to merged into one file, a faster way would be to automate the process with a VBA macro. Calculation = xl Calculation Automatic Msg Box "Processed " & count Files & " files" & vb Cr Lf & "Merged " & count Sheets & " worksheets", Title:="Merge Excel files" End If Else Msg Box "No files selected", Title:="Merge Excel files" End If End Sub For the detailed step-by-step instructions, please see How to insert and run VBA code in Excel.