Combine different ranges of data across worksheets in #Excel using Power Query

In the previous blogpost, I showed you how to use INDIRECT to prepare a summary table based on values from different ranges across worksheets. In this post, I am going to show you how to do that with Power Query.

Why Power Query? Because it is simply powerful! 😁

With INDIRECT, the summary table won’t update by “Refresh”. When new sheet is added, you have to add the sheet name and extend the formulas manually. With Power Query, a click of refresh would do.

You may download a sample file to follow along.

Let’s watch it in action:

Video with Cantonese VO is under production. Stay tuned. now ready:

Do you think it will be even better if we can do it across workbooks in a folder? Of course we can. Check this out and see if you can applied what you learned here. πŸ˜‰

About MF

An Excel nerd who just transition into a role related to data analytics at current company......😊 Recently in love with Power Query and Power BI.😍 Keep learning new Excel and Power BI stuffs and be amazed by all the new discoveries.
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