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    Combining worksheets



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    I have been provided with a workbook with multiple worksheets representing monthly financial information. Each worksheet represents a separate month but I want to combine all months to get a full year's view of financial information. Trouble I have is that the information in the rows is not consistent month to month so I will have some difficulty just simply cutting and pasting.

    See an example below:

    January
    Cost of fuel $12
    Electricity $14
    Labour $10
    Maintenance $12
    Depreciation $34

    February
    Cost of fuel $12
    Electricity $14
    Labour $10
    Depreciation $34

    March
    Business Tax $19
    Cost of fuel $12
    Electricity $14
    Labour $10
    Maintenance $12
    Depreciation $34

    So the line items for each month differ in that some months some items have an entry and in other months they don't.

    Is there any way to get all the worksheets sensibly combined? This is just a short example above, my actual data has many more lines!!!

    Thanks...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Juicejam View Post
    Is there any way to get all the worksheets sensibly combined? This is just a short example above, my actual data has many more lines!!!.
    You should set the example files (so that others members do not have to waste their time to create examples)

    Try to use the VLOOKUP function (as in the example)

    Code:
    =VLOOKUP($A2;INDIRECT(B$1&"!$A$2:$B$100");2;FALSE)
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