how to make a single pivot table from multiple identically formated sources

David Berg 20 Reputation points

I have a workbook with several worksheets in which the data is arranged the same, ie, rows with identical columns. I can easily make a pivot table from one of these. If I combine all the data on a single worksheet, it is quite large and excel repeatedly hangs or crashes. So I want to make a single pivot table from all of them.

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  1. Emi Zhang-MSFT 22,636 Reputation points Microsoft Vendor

    Hi @David Berg,

    Did all tables have the same title? I created a sample about your requirement: User's image

    Go to Data- From Table/Range import all tables into Power Query, and then Append Queries as New: User's image

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    Then you can based on the new Table to created the PivotTable in Excel: User's image

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