The process I’ll describe can work within an existing workbook, or you can pull data from multiple workbooks.The only change you’ll make is with regard to the workbook and sheet names, so for this article we’ll assume you’re combining data from within the same workbook.This is probably the simplest type of merge where you’d like to add the rows from all the source spreadsheets to a single output spreadsheet.In this situation, all the worksheets to be merged will have the same columns in the same order.You have a couple of options for how to do this: The copy and paste approach can be a good choice if there aren’t too many worksheets to copy but you’d get pretty tired of it when there are lots of worksheets.VBA code is probably your best bet when you have lots of worksheets to to copy.This identifies duplicates as rows where the column values are the same and will remove all duplicate rows except one.
Again, this identifies duplicates as rows where the column values are the same.If you’d like to delve further into this approach, you might like to read How to merge Excel files with different columns.Sometimes, you have a number of separate spreadsheets and you want to copy all of the worksheets from each into single Excel workbook.You can deal with this with the following steps: 1. Open Filename:=Path & Filename, Read Only:=True For Each Sheet In Active Workbook. If you are a rookie of Microsoft Excel, you have no choice but only have to copy the data of every sheet and paste them in to a new workbook one by one and applying the Move or Copy command.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.