Data extract from multiple sheets to one
We get sent packing lists in excel and they have a customer and the items for them in each tab in the spreadsheet. We currently have to print off all these sheets to check we have received the correct items, which results in hundreds of sheets of paper being printed every delivery. I would like to be able to extract certain information from all these sheets in order to save a lot of time and paper. I have attached an example packing list how we receive it and also an example template of what I would like to extract and the format. The 1st 3 tabs on the packing list shows the 3 formats they are received in. With this, I mean the multiple carton numbers and the multiple styles packed in 1 carton.
I have 4 spreadsheets.
I need to extract the values in cells
In each of these spreadsheets and post them in a column in a new spreadsheet.
I was hoping possibly someone could help with this without having to use a macro and I thought the index function might make this possible?
I'm not even sure this is possible but here goes.
I have several hundred separate worksheets formatted exactly the same. I want to extract the values from specific cells in every worksheet and build a single worksheet with the values extracted.
The attached example includes 2 sample source sheets and a sample result sheet.
and I am looking for the best way to extract data from multiple worksheets. I have somewhere near 200 worksheets in a workbook. What I would like to do is to extract the number in say "B2" from each worksheet in the workbook and display each of those values in a column of values on a new sheet. Like I said I am very new to excel and I appreciate any help in advance.
How can I transform data in excel in this form (see image here: into something suitable for using in a pivot chart. I need three columns eventually, Date, Country and Score. The amount of data points for each country is not constant.
Confusing data courtesy of the European Commission.
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