In this article, you saw several code samples that you can use to merge data from all or some worksheets into one summary worksheet.
Exploring and implementing these techniques into your own applications can help make your job as a developer easier and make your solutions more versatile.
This code copies all of the data from each worksheet except that the starting row in the source worksheets is set to the second row.
This copies just the data, minus the column headers, to the summary worksheet.
Summary: Microsoft Office Excel MVP Ron de Bruin provides a number of samples to merge data from multiple worksheets into one summary worksheet.
If you omit the paramater name you have to fill up the elements you do not pass by comma.I tried that one (myself before posting this tread), and just tried it after you posted it. For you 2nd suggustion i have to take a look how to emply it.Hi, oeldere, Find allows up to 8 paramters to be passed which may be named like What:=str Search, Search Format:=xl Previous.You are assuming that the last non empty row in the whole data relies on column A.This works as long as column A has the longest(lowest) last data of all the columns.This ensures that the data is always up-to-date after you run the code.