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On Mon, 2013-11-04 at 19:06 +0100, gordom wrote:
W dniu 2013-11-04 18:53, Jay Lozier pisze:
On Mon, 2013-11-04 at 18:30 +0100, gordom wrote:
Hallo everyone.
I have a Calc document consisting of dozens of sheets. Each sheet has
several rows (the number varies) and 4 columns of text strings. Now I
need to combine all these text into one single sheet. Every next sheet
(group of records) must be added bellow the previous one. Not only that,
but I have to add an extra column with the reference to the name of the
sheet that each record (text string) originally comes from. How can I
achieve that? I would appreciate any help. Best regards,


You can use the following formula to reference the data in another
If the final sheet is named output and the data is in a sheet named
data_2012, in any cell in output enter =data_2012.<cellreference>. The
cellreference is A1, B3 etc.

It seems I didn't express myself clearly enough. What I want to achieve 
is one single sheet consisting of all text strings (that are originally 
located in different sheets) together with the name of the sheet where 
each string was originally located.

Cut and pasting will work with page delete, if a bit tedious.

Otherwise a macro that automates the cut and pasting with empty page delete.

Jay Lozier

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