Range.Consolidate method (Excel)
Consolidates data from multiple ranges on multiple worksheets into a single range on a single worksheet. Variant.
expression.Consolidate (Sources, Function, TopRow, LeftColumn, CreateLinks)
expression A variable that represents a Range object.
|Sources||Optional||Variant||The sources of the consolidation as an array of text reference strings in R1C1-style notation. The references must include the full path of sheets to be consolidated.|
|Function||Optional||Variant||One of the constants of XlConsolidationFunction, which specifies the type of consolidation.|
|TopRow||Optional||Variant||True to consolidate data based on column titles in the top row of the consolidation ranges. False to consolidate data by position. The default value is False.|
|LeftColumn||Optional||Variant||True to consolidate data based on row titles in the left column of the consolidation ranges. False to consolidate data by position. The default value is False.|
|CreateLinks||Optional||Variant||True to have the consolidation use worksheet links. False to have the consolidation copy the data. The default value is False.|
This example consolidates data from Sheet2 and Sheet3 onto Sheet1 by using the SUM function.
Worksheets("Sheet1").Range("A1").Consolidate _ Sources:=Array("Sheet2!R1C1:R37C6", "Sheet3!R1C1:R37C6"), _ Function:=xlSum
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