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PIVOT table from multiple sheets?

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In the attached spreadsheet, I am summarizing multiple sheets (Sheets 2 - 12) in the sheet Consolidated. There must be an easier way!? Can a PIVOT table be constructed across multiple sheets without reformatting the entire spreadsheet? The Sheet Byron probably has to be reformatted becuase it's different than the others?
Summary: Construct a PIVOT table on a new sheet using the data from Sheets 2-12, rows 5-8
thanks!!
Revised-Travel-Expenses-WIP.xlsx
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Please read this:

http://www.contextures.com/xlPivot08.html

It explains how to build a Pivot Table with data from multiple sources.

Hope this is what you're looking for.

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Hmm..I think I got the consolidation to work. But the actual layout is all wonky. I just need to summaraize by Name, Month, and then Fields for Variance and Totals
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