I have multiple excel sheets in a workbook. Each sheet has same column and row headers (same field area)
Each sheet has 'X's in the field where something exists, like a mapping. What I need is a MASTER sheet that consolidates all of the X's and overlays them in the same field area. I see VBA that consolidates sheets into one, but they don't overlay the data but rather line up the sheets horizontally.
If sheet A has an 'X' in B2 and Sheet B has and 'X' in B3 but not B2, the result would be 'X's in both B2 and B3 in the MASTER. (Ignore the blanks)
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A2 = A1
That kind of cell reference is relative. If you copy it from A2 to B2, then B2 will get this:
B2 = B1
That's all fine and good, but if you then insert a new row above row 2, you'll find:
A3 = A1
B3 = B1
This is intentional. …
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