Create a single-column list from a small cube of data in Excel

We have an Excel workbook with multiple pages to aggregate our credit card expenses.  There is a summary sheet and a sheet for each user's credit card statement which are pulled from their individual Excel workbook.  Each individual person's sheet has a list in cells C2:C26 of the jobs he/she worked on; not all lists will be the same length or contain the same jobs.  I am looking to generate a single list of unique values on the summary sheet.

I am including and example of the type of worksheet.  We would want to dynamically create the list in C2:C26 on the Summary sheet from the data on the other sheets' C2:C26.  VBA macros or formula language are acceptable.
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Ejgil HedegaardCommented:
Try this macro.

The list can be sorted, but observe that Excel sort as text, so the order will be
Job 1
Job 10
Job 11
Job 2
Unless some special action are made to sort by the numbers.
But that is only important if the jobs are named as the example.
Rob HensonFinance AnalystCommented:
If all sheets are the same layout, you may be able to use a Pivot Table using "Multiple Consolidation Ranges".

The resulting Pivot Data may not be how you want it but it should give you a list of Job numbers.

Rob H
M_PattonAuthor Commented:
Ejgil Hedegaard:
Thank you.  This does almost exactly what I need it to in the real world; except on the Summary worksheet I want it to start in a different range (say starting in K6 - I know that wasn't in my example).  Also, I would appreciate the mod to sort you referenced.
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Ejgil HedegaardCommented:
Here it is, assuming that the job description is always Job 1, Job 2 etc.
Sorted on the numerical value after "Job ".

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M_PattonAuthor Commented:
Great responses and explanations.  Some small in-code notes would nice.
Ejgil HedegaardCommented:
With code comments.
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