Today, I will talk about some quick tricks for you to solve this problem. Merge all worksheets of active workbook into one worksheet with VBA code Merge worksheets or workbooks into one worksheet with Kutools for Excel The following VBA code can help you to get data from all worksheets of active workbook together into a new single worksheet. Can anyone suggest a good way to handle this problem? Close Filename = Dir() Loop End Sub Tip: In the above code, you can change the path to the one that you are using. Then click button to run the code, and all of the worksheets (including the blank worksheets) within the workbooks have been merged into the master workbook.Combine multiple workbooks to one workbook with VBA For the skilled and professional programmers, you can use VBA scripts to combine multiple workbooks into one master workbook. Note: This VBA code can merge the entire workbooks into the master workbook, if you want to combine specified worksheets of the workbooks, this code will not work. see screenshot: And then all the selected worksheets in the workbooks have been merged into a new worksheet of a workbook. If you don’t want to save this scenario, please click No.
Put all the workbooks that you want to combine into the same directory. Launch an Excel file that you want to combine other workbooks into. Using the Move or Copy command will help you export or copy one or several worksheets to a new workbook quickly. Open all workbooks that you want to merge into a single workbook. Select all of the worksheet names of a workbook in tab bar.
The function Combine in Kutools for Excel makes it much easier to combine multiple Excel files.
The application is used for releasing the repetitive and redundant operations in Excel.
See screenshot: Note: If your worksheet name is too long, maybe the name characters are greater than 31characters, the combined name will not be displayed, and only show the original sheet name.
In this tutorial we will show you how to consolidate multiple worksheets into a Pivot table using Excel.