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Consolidation/another method to pull info from several sheets to one.

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    Consolidation/another method to pull info from several sheets to one.

    Hi

    Hoping there is a way to do this.

    I have 6 sheets, 1 for each surveyor to input information from a report - forming a list of surveys they have attended with findings - each sheet has the same format/setup.

    I then have a master sheet where I ideally would like to pull the lists from each surveyor sheet so I have the full list.

    Im not sure that consolidate is the right thing any help would be gratefully received,

    Thanks

    Kat

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    Re: Consolidation/another method to pull info from several sheets to one.

    Post an example workbook - the FAQ describes how to attach a file to a post.

    Pete

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    Re: Consolidation/another method to pull info from several sheets to one.

    Try this code - each time you make any change to the individual sheets, just run the macro. It will clear the contents of the Summary sheet and re-load with fresh data from all the other sheets.
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    Hold the Alt key, and press the F11 key, to open the Visual Basic Editor
    Choose Insert | Module
    Where the cursor is flashing, choose Edit | Paste

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    Choose View | Macros
    Select a macro in the list, and click the Run button
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