Split a table into separate worksheets

How to split sheet by column value in Excel

Split Table Wizard for Excel offers a quick way to split your worksheet across different sheets based on values in the selected columns. No matter how big your summary table is, dividing it into individual spreadsheets or multiple files is no longer a challenge!

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Split Tables for Excel 2019, 2016 - 2007

With Split Table Wizard you will

  • Split your table by one or several key columns Your Excel spreadsheet may be divided into separate tables according to values in one or more key columns.
  • Choose names for the resulting sheets or workbooks Name the new sheets with the key values or numbers and, optionally, add your own text to the chosen names.
  • Save the result to a new or current workbook Save split tables to the current book, or add them to a new Excel workbook by specifying its location.
  • Split Excel sheet into multiple files Paste each new table into a separate Excel workbook and indicate their folder.

How to split Excel sheet into multiple worksheets

   
On Step 1 choose your range
On Step 1 choose your range
On Step 2 select one or more key columns for splitting
On Step 2 select one or more key columns for splitting
On Step 3 choose destination for the resulting split tables
On Step 3 choose destination for the resulting split tables
On Step 4 select additional options: worksheets names, header and formatting
On Step 4 select additional options: worksheets names, header and formatting
The table is split according to the chosen key values, new sheets with split tables are created
The table is split according to the chosen key values, new sheets with split tables are created
On Step 1 choose your range
On Step 2 select one or more key columns for splitting
On Step 3 choose destination for the resulting split tables
On Step 4 select additional options: worksheets names, header and formatting
The table is split according to the chosen key values, new sheets with split tables are created

Split sheets in a few clicks

A handy and easy-to-use tool

1
Select a table
Select a table
2
Choose one or more key columns
Choose one or more key columns
4
Select names and additional options
Select names and additional options
3
Choose the destination for split tables
Choose destination of split tables
5
Enjoy your split tables
Enjoy your split tables

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Frequently asked questions

What is Split Table Wizard and what do I need it for?

Split Table Wizard is an add-in for Microsoft Excel that separates Excel column-organized tables into several sheets according to key values in the selected columns.

How does Split Table Wizard work?

Split Table Wizard offers you five quick steps to get the result:

  1. Select the table.
  2. Choose the key columns.
  3. Indicate the destination for the result.
  4. Choose how to name the sheets / workbooks.
  5. Click Finish and enjoy your result.

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Does it work for data organized in columns?

Yes, Split Table Wizard works with column-organized datasets only.

Can I create my new tables in the same workbook as the main table?

Yes, to create new tables in the same workbook, tick the checkbox Current workbook on Step 3.

In my case each split table should be in a separate workbook, is it possible?

Yes, to complete this task, tick the checkbox Multiple new books on Step 3. If you need to create just one new workbook and locate all split tables there, choose the New workbook option on Step 3.

What about naming the new sheets?

New worksheets can be named as numbers or as key values from the chosen columns, plus you can add any text to these names.

Can I preserve the header of my main table in new tables?

Yes, to do this choose the Copy header option on Step 4.

Supported versions

 

Excel

  • Excel 2019
  • Excel 2016
  • Excel 2013
  • Excel 2010
  • Excel 2007
  • 32-bit and 64-bit
  • Desktop Excel included in Office 365
  • Desktop Excel included in Office 365 ProPlus

Windows

  • Windows 10
  • Windows 8.1
  • Windows 8
  • Windows 7
  • 32-bit and 64-bit
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