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I have a file in which several sales persons of our company fill in data on their own tab. Each tab consists of a database (column A - K, and an endless number of rows). Is there a way to gather all the data on the separate tabs and put automatically on a "totals"-tab?

Please advise.

Kind regards,
Bas Klijn


this page a Debra Dalgleish's site deals with your situation:

While it is primarily about using a multi-range pivot table, she also recognizes that this may not give you what  you want (and for you I doubt that it will).  but at the bottom of the sheet she has links to information on other ways to attack the problem.  so I believe one of those ways might work for  you.  The involve a manually create a Union query and VBA code to create a union query

Ron de Bruin provides code that might work for you:

He addresses several situations.  

I don't see an easy formula solution.  

Tom Ogilvy

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