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Excel VBA - Good VLookup examples to merge data

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I have a situation where six different sets of data are being dumped into spreadsheets
from SAP. These are then being pulled into one final spreadsheet using VLookups.
I am looking for a few good examples Excel VBA code being used to automate this sort of process
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by:SmittyPro
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You might want to look at PowerPivot, which can consolidate the data for you.

HTH,
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Normally, tasks such as you describe will be executed by custom made code. Post your exact requirements and ask someone to encode it for you.
Speaking more generally, as you do, you may like to look at Excel's own Consolidate function which can combine data from several worksheets into one.
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Thanks
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