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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.

Parameters

Name

Required/Optional

Data Type

Description

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.

Return Value

Variant

This example consolidates data from Sheet2 and Sheet3 onto Sheet1, using the SUM function.

Worksheets("Sheet1").Range("A1").Consolidate _ 
 Sources:=Array("Sheet2!R1C1:R37C6", "Sheet3!R1C1:R37C6"), _ 
 Function:=xlSum
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