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lhaley
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Is this a way to combine multiple worksheets into one main worksheet if all the columns headers are the same?

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Define your process a little better. If all you want is a total worksheet for all the other sheets its one thing. If you want take all the data out of the other sheets and put into one its something else.

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Define your process a little better. If all you want is a total worksheet for all the other sheets its one thing. If you want take all the data out of the other sheets and put into one its something else.

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I have a workbook that contains 6 sheets. I would like to take the information that is on each of those 6 sheets and combine them into one sheet. It could be either creating a new workbook or within the existing one.

All of the sheets have the same headers and formats.

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