Hi I have a workbook of which has 13 sheets and I want to keep a running total for all sheets.
Ive been looking on internet and was looking at pivot tables and asked on here but it go so confusing and over the top of my head so looking at macros at believe this will sort it too. Don't know where to start as not that far advanced. Let me explain what I need to do.
In sheets 1-13 the layout will be the same as in column headings etc.
in the sheet called "report" I need it to show a running total in the columns from sheets 1-13 as follows..
If in sheets 1-13 in column B shows the word "CUBIC" , "SHERE" "CLB" "UNDER £1" I need the data from columns B,C,D,F carried over into a running total on the sheet called report.
If in sheets 1-13 in column B it does not show the words as shown above I need the data from columns B & F copied over into a running total in the sheet called report.
If it means doing it in 2 separate tables that's OK as long as they are both on the sheet called report.
I know that I will need a macro to update the data from all sheets when I click save or close workbook and thats fine.
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