Moving data from cells into summary workbook...

glodoen

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Hi, I have a fairly simple straightforward question:


- I have about 200 forms in excel.


- I have three cells in each workbook (same position in each spreadsheet) which I would like to combine into a "Summary" sheet in a separate workbook


- Cells are "Time In", "Time Out" and "Driving Time", then I will calculate them into "Total Time" on the summary sheet.


Now I am not an excel guru, I can do vlookups and pivot tables but I don't do any VBA scripts or anything. I just want to figure out the most efficient way to put these cells into one sheet and calculate total time without hand typing in.


Any advice is well appreciated!
 

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