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In this case, you may want to employ one of the following techniques to automate the merge.Overall, there are 3 ways to merge Excel worksheets into one without copying and pasting: We are going to begin with the last option, as the most user-friendly and easy-to-use one.If you merge multiple columns of data in Excel (no matter which Excel version you are using), only the left column of data will be kept, and the data of other columns will be deleted, if you apply the "Merge and Center" command from Home tab on the Alignment group.This tutorial is talking about how to merge or combine different columns of data into one column.”.2.There are many ways to consolidate data in Microsoft Excel.You can use the Table feature and its associated filters to filter a list so it shows only those items you are interested in seeing and you can create Pivot Tables to look at your data in different ways.To combine just a couple of sheets, you may not need anything else but the good old copy/paste.

Now that the cells are merged, how can I copy and paste them to another group that I want to alphabetize?

In Excel,you may always meet this problem, when you have a range of data which contains some duplicate entries, and now you want to combine the duplicate data and sum the corresponding values in another column, as following screenshots shown. Combine duplicate rows and sum the values with Consolidate function Combine duplicate rows and sum the values with VBA code Combine duplicate rows and sum the values with Kutools for Excel Combine corresponding rows based on duplicate values in another column with Kutools for Excel The Consolidate is a useful tool for us to consolidate multiple worksheets or rows in Excel, so with this function, we can also summarize multiple rows based on the duplicates. Click a cell where you want to locate the result in your current worksheet.2. After finishing the settings, click OK, and the duplicates are combined and summed.

See screenshot: Note: If the range do not have the header row, you need uncheck Top row from the Use labels in option.

You can also consolidate large amounts of data into a summary form which can show you as much or as little of your data as you want to see.

In this post, I'll show you how to use the Consolidate data feature in Excel to take data from a series of worksheets - or workbooks - and summarize them into a single worksheet.

The following VBA code also can help you consolidate duplicate rows in the worksheet, but at the same time, the original data will be destroyed, you need to backup a copy of the data.1.

Hold down the ALT F11 keys, then it opens the Microsoft Visual Basic for Applications window.2. Address, Type:=8) Set Dic = Create Object("Scripting. Value For i = 1 To UBound(arr, 1) Dic(arr(i, 1)) = Dic(arr(i, 1)) arr(i, 2) Next Application.

Consider the situation where you have data for twelve months of your business stored one month per sheet in an Excel workbook.

If each sheet contains that month's data and if it is laid out in the same arrangement of columns and rows then you can summarize this full year of data into a single sheet using the Consolidate tool.

Upon reading the title of this section, some of you may be confused.

When discussing the Excel Consolidate feature, we pointed out that it cannot combine sheets by simply copying their data.