4 ways to merge Excel sheets into one

Copy data from multiple worksheets at once

One tool, four different ways to merge multiple Excel sheets into one. You just specify how you want to combine spreadsheets, and let the Copy Sheets add-in do the rest. What used to be a daunting task for many Excel users is now a simple few-clicks operation. No more copying and pasting, no more manual re-entry of data, no more errors.

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  • Copy all sheets from a workbook to one sheet
  • Get a new workbook with the selected worksheets
  • Copy data from the identically named worksheets
  • Collect data from multiple sheets to one sheet

With Copy Sheets tool you will

  • Copy sheets in each workbook to one worksheet This option will turn your workbooks to sheets and collect all the resulting worksheets in one workbook.
  • Copy selected worksheets from several workbooks to one file Collect all the needed sheets from different Excel files to one new workbook in a couple of clicks.
  • Choose ranges to copy Whichever merging option you use, you can choose not to copy the whole sheet, but only particular ranges.
  • Be sure your new books are always up to date Tick off Create links to source data if you want the result tables to be updated automatically when the source data is changed.
  • Combine data from selected sheets into one Create one table with data from multiple sheets. Place the copied ranges one under another or side by side.
  • Merge data from the identically named worksheets into one Merge several Excel files into one by combining worksheets with the same name into one sheet in a new workbook.
  • Paste values only Select this option if you don't want to copy formulas, but rather replace formulas with their calculated values.
  • Preserve formulas when merging data If your copied ranges contain formulas and you need to preserve them in your new workbook, just tick off Paste all.

Combine multiple Excel files into one workbook

  
Open the workbook, run the add-in and select Copy data from the selected worksheets to one sheet
Open the workbook, run the add-in and select Copy data from the selected worksheets to one sheet
Choose the workbooks, sheets and ranges to copy
Choose the workbooks, sheets and ranges to copy
Choose how to paste and place your data, tick off additional options
Choose how to paste and place your data, tick off additional options
The new workbook is created, all the chosen ranges from different worksheets are pasted
The new workbook is created, all the chosen ranges from different worksheets are pasted
Open the workbook, run the add-in and select Copy data from the selected worksheets to one sheet
Choose the workbooks, sheets and ranges to copy
Choose how to paste and place your data, tick off additional options
The new workbook is created, all the chosen ranges from different worksheets are pasted

Choose one of 4 ways

to merge multiple Excel files into one

Copy sheets in each workbook to one sheet. Place the resulting worksheets to one workbook.
Copy sheets in each workbook to one sheet. Place the resulting worksheets to one workbook.
Copy data from the selected sheets with the same name to one sheet.
Combine data from the selected sheets with the same name to one sheet.
Copy the selected worksheets to one workbook.
Copy the selected worksheets to one workbook.
Copy data from the selected worksheets to one sheet.
Merge data from the selected worksheets to one sheet.

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Frequently asked questions

About Copy Sheets

  • What is Copy Sheets and what do I need it for?

    Copy sheets is an add-in for Microsoft Excel that simplifies and expedites the process of combining data from different worksheets and workbooks.

    The tool offers 4 ways to copy data:

    1. Copy sheets in each workbook to one sheet and have all the new tables in one file.
    2. Merge values from the identically named sheets in different workbooks to one sheet.
    3. Create a new workbook with only selected worksheets from different books.
    4. Collect data from the chosen worksheets to one table.
  • Doesn't Microsoft Excel do the same without any add-ins?

    There is a build-in command Move or Copy Sheet, which is sufficient if you merge sheets from one workbook. In case you have many workbooks and need to copy sheets from each of them, working with Move or Copy command will be rather time-consuming. With Copy Sheets you can copy tables from different worksheets and workbooks simultaneously, so the more books and sheets you have, the more working hours will be saved.

    Excel Consolidate feature can be helpful to pull together data from several worksheets, but it works for numeric values only and you have to choose the function: sum, count, average, etc. If you need to merge data by just copying values, the consolidation option won't help.

    Of course, you can always use copy-pasting, but again, it is great for a little number of sheets and books, but could be rather wearisome when you have dozens of them.

  • How does Copy Sheets work?

    On Step 1 you choose one of the four copying options:

    1. Sheets in each workbook to one sheet
    2. Sheets with the same name to one sheet
    3. Selected sheets to one workbook
    4. Data from the selected sheets to one sheet

    On Step 2 you select the worksheets, workbooks and ranges to copy. You can add any Excel files to the list.

    On Step 3 you choose how to paste data (paste formulas or values only, create links to source data), how to place the values (to columns or to rows), and how to copy data (preserve formatting, separate the copied ranges by a blank column, copy table with their headers).

    You click Copy button and in a couple of seconds get the new workbook with all the copied ranges.

    Find a more detailed description here.

  • Can I choose range for copying in the selected sheets?

    Yes, from each sheet you can select a certain range for copying.

  • My data has formulas, will they be copied as well?

    All your formulas will be preserved if you tick off Paste all option.

  • I've got links in my copied ranges, can I preserve them?

    Yes, tick off Create links to source data to save your links.

  • How can I separate the copied data?

    The copied ranges can be separated by blank columns or rows.

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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