Remove Duplicates Open a workbook with two worksheets you'd like to merge. ... Select all data in the first worksheet, and then press " Ctrl- C" to copy it to the clipboard. ... Select all data in the new workbook, and then click the Data tab's " Remove Duplicates" command, located in the Data Tools command group.

Combine multiple Excel files into one with Ultimate Suite With the master workbook open, go to the Ablebits Data tab > Merge group, and click Copy Sheets > Selected Sheets to one Workbook. In the Copy Worksheets dialog window, select the files (and optionally worksheets) you want to merge and click Next.

3. In Move or Copy dialog box, select the master workbook that you want to merge other workbooks into from the drop down list of Move selected sheets to book. And then specify the location of the merged worksheets.

Combine multiple worksheets into one in 5 quick steps Start the Consolidate Worksheets Wizard. ... Select worksheets and ranges to merge. ... Select the consolidation type. ... Choose how you want to merge sheets. ... Select the destination for the merged data.

Merge two folders with the same name. If you have two folders with identical names at two different locations, you can merge them into a single folder. Press and hold the Option key, then drag one folder to the location that contains a folder with the same name. In the dialog that appears, click Merge.

[ Rename] [ Cancel]" and just come up with a new name for the folder, just as when you copy files into the folder they already are in. No chance of data loss, and if you actually want to merge the contents, just open both folders and copy/move the contents manually.

Add Spaces to Combined Text Select the cell in which you want the combined data. Type an = (equal sign) to start the formula. Click on the first cell. Type the & operator. Type the text string for the character that you want between the words, for example: Type the & operator. Click on the second cell.