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How do you merge multiple Excel worksheets into one without losing/overwriting data? I have been given the task of taking the daily logs at my workplace and combining them into a monthly log. Each daily sheet is in its own file. Is there an easier (and quicker!) way other than copy/paste each sheet? I want to say I saw a method for this ages ago, but for the life of me cannot remember how to do so now! We use Excel 2003 in case that makes any difference!

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If you are familiar with VB macros, you can try the script found here. I have used this script for many years now, and is now part of my Excel cheatsheet warchest must-haves.

Verified to work on Excel 2003.

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Maybe this will help:

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Harperking will need to individually add each worksheet as a reference. if he's going to do that, might as well copy-and-paste. – caliban Sep 15 '09 at 17:54

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