Join Dennis Taylor for an in-depth discussion in this video Summarizing data from diverse ranges with Data > Consolidate, part of Excel Tips Weekly.
- In this workbook, we've got four…different sheets for different states.…We're showing sales from a furniture company.…Recognize as I'm clicking on the…different sheet tabs at the bottom,…the layout above varies somewhat.…For example, in Texas, we're seeing…couches, desks, chairs, and bookcases.…In California, we're seeing those entries…as well as tables.…In Texas we're not seeing those.…Florida different setup also.…Same as New York.…As you keep an eye on column A,…notice that the manner in which these are being sold…or the location or the outlet varies somewhat too.…
We're seeing some of the same terms.…So these layouts are not identical,…but we'd like to consolidate the information.…I've got a worksheet called Consolidate.…Let's pull together the data…by way of a command that's available…on the Data tab in the ribbon.…It's called Consolidate.…The description: Summarize data from separate ranges,…consolidating the results in a single output range.…Consolidate.…And all those different state displays that you saw,…
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