Excel is one of the most popular office applications which people use for creating tables and reports on their daily work. Sometimes, there are too many spreadsheets and Excel files need to be organized and merged. Excel Merger is a tiny Excel software tool allows users to combine Excel XLS/XLSX and ODS/CSV/XML Files, Workbooks and Spreadsheets to a single worksheet file without installing MS Office or MS Excel.
Unlike other Excel combining tools only merging Excel files into one single file, this useful application could also merge all worksheets in a file to one workbook, or merge all worksheets in multiple Excel documents into one worksheet in one single file. This would be much useful when a user has to combine all docs, files, worksheets, tables and forms together. If users want to join some worksheets in one file only, the sheets range option enables them to merge only selected worksheets instead of the entire worksheet file.
In addition to merging files and worksheets, Excel Merger also enables users to merge rows and columns in dozens of Excel table documents or workbooks in bulk.
There are so many excel combine applications, but this Excel Merger packs just enough features to edge them all. Below are all the good features that it brings to the table:
First, download Excel Merger for Windows here.
Once installed you can perform any of the following Excel merging functions:
How do I consolidate multiple Excel files? Below is a complete guide. Note that Excel Merger supports both XLS and XLSX type of files.
There are two ways of doing that. First you can drag and drop your files to the program’s interface. Secondly, you can use the “Add” button.
Click on it and then browse your PC to where the files are located. Select all the ones that you want to merger and click “Open” to add them.
Since you are merging files, select “Files” in the Merge dropdown menu.
Head over to the “Output” dropdown menu and choose your preferred output format. It’s XLSX by default but your options are XLS, XLSX, CSV, XML and ODS. Finally, set your output path under the “Save to” option.
Click on “Start Merging Now” to consolidate your Excel files into one.
Excel Merger will automatically open the output folder once the merger is complete.
How do you merge two excel spreadsheets together? And how do you merge two Excel workbooks together? Excel Merger can help. Better yet, it can merge more than two spreadsheets or workbooks. Here’s how:
You can either drag and drop Excel files or use the “Add” button.
Since you are merging sheets, select “Sheets” in the Merge dropdown menu.
Go to the “Output” dropdown menu and choose your preferred output format between XLS, XLSX, CSV, XML and ODS. Specify the worksheet range if you only want to merge a few worksheets instead of the entire file. Finally, set your output path under the “Save to” option.
Click on the “Start Merging Now” button.
Excel Merger will combine all the workbooks in all the files that you added and produce one consolidated worksheet.
How do I consolidate multiple Excel files into one workbook? Below is a step-by-step guide. It will help you merge several Excel files into a single Excel workbook in one Excel file.
Drag and drop Excel files onto Excel Merger or use the “Add” button.
In the Merge dropdown menu, select “Files & Sheets”.
In the “Output” dropdown menu, choose your preferred output format. It could be XLS, XLSX, CSV, XML or ODS. Now, set your output path under the “Save to” option.
Click on “Start Merging Now” to combine all the selected Excel files and workbooks into one workbook.in one file
How do I combine columns in Excel? And how can I merge rows in a spreadsheet?
Drag and drop Excel files to the Excel Merger interface or use the “Add” button.
Click on the “Merge” dropdown menu and choose either “Rows” or “Columns”.
Needless to say, choose the latter if you’re merging multiple columns and the former if you’re merging multiple rows.
In the “Output” dropdown menu, select your preferred output format (XLS, XLSX, CSV, XML or ODS). Finally, set your output path under the “Save to” option.
Head to the boxes labeled “Start” and “End” and then enter in the first row/column and the last row/column (respectively) that you want to merge.
Remember to specify the delimiter. This is basically a separator for rows/columns. It’s blank by default but you can choose a sign/symbol of your liking.
By default, Excel Merger will merge rows/columns in the first row/column of the new worksheet and leave the original rows/columns empty. But you can tell it what to do with those empty rows/columns.
Check the “Keep Empty Rows/Columns” option if you want to retain them or uncheck it if you want to remove them.
Click on “Start Merging Now” to merge your rows/columns.
You can use the same procedures to merge files that are saved in other workbook formats besides Excel (XLS and XLSX). Specifically, Excel Merger allows you to merge CSV, XML and ODS files.
In the first step – when adding files – simply choose all the files that you want to merge, whether they are XLS, XLSX, CSV, XML or ODS files. Then follow the above procedures for merging files, worksheets, workbooks, rows and columns.