Chapter 10. Building More Advanced PivotTables
Create a PivotTable from Multiple Consolidation Ranges
If your source data exists in two or more ranges, Excel can consolidate all the ranges and then produce a PivotTable report based on the consolidated data.
Many businesses create worksheets for a specific task and then distribute them to various departments. The most common example is budgeting. Accounting might create a generic "budget" template that each department or division in the company must fill out and return. Similarly, you often see worksheets distributed for inventory requirements, sales forecasting, survey data, experiment results, and more.
Creating these worksheets, distributing them, and filling them in are all straightforward operations. ...