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Creating a Master table out of several smaller tables

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Hello all,

We are trying to great one giant table for all of our partners, we had each partner fill out this table in their own separate sheet and now we want to compile the list. There has to be an easy way of doing this besides copying and pasting all of them, something that would update the master list if a line is added in a table in one of the sheets?
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Are there any ways that anyone knows of how to do this without using VBA?
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