Create a summary worksheet from all worksheets with formulas with VBA macro

This macro will add a worksheet to your workbook with the name "Summary-Sheet". It will use one row on that summary sheet for every visible worksheet in your workbook. For each cell (4) in the example Range "A1,D5:E5,Z10" it will add a link on that row, starting in column "B" because It will copy the sheet name in column "A". You see that you can use a range with more the one area if you want in my example. If you want to summary a lot of data I suggest that you use the code in this article : Merge cells from all or some worksheets into one Master sheet

Note: Each time you run the code it will delete the summary sheet first and add a new one to recreate the links so your formula links are up to date.


Sub Summary_All_Worksheets_With_Formulas()
Dim Sh As Worksheet
Dim Newsh As Worksheet
Dim myCell As Range
Dim ColNum As Integer
Dim RwNum As Long
Dim Basebook As Workbook

With Application
.Calculation = xlCalculationManual
.ScreenUpdating = False
End With

'Delete the sheet "Summary-Sheet" if it exist
Application.DisplayAlerts = False
On Error Resume Next
ThisWorkbook.Worksheets("Summary-Sheet").Delete
On Error GoTo 0
Application.DisplayAlerts = True

'Add a worksheet with the name "Summary-Sheet"
Set Basebook = ThisWorkbook
Set Newsh = Basebook.Worksheets.Add
Newsh.Name = "Summary-Sheet"

'The links to the first sheet will start in row 2
RwNum = 1

For Each Sh In Basebook.Worksheets
If Sh.Name <> Newsh.Name And Sh.Visible Then
ColNum = 1
RwNum = RwNum + 1
'Copy the sheet name in the A column
Newsh.Cells(RwNum, 1).Value = Sh.Name

For Each myCell In Sh.Range("A1,D5:E5,Z10") '<--Change the range
ColNum = ColNum + 1
Newsh.Cells(RwNum, ColNum).Formula = _
"='" & Sh.Name & "'!" & myCell.Address(False, False)
Next myCell

End If
Next Sh

Newsh.UsedRange.Columns.AutoFit

With Application
.Calculation = xlCalculationAutomatic
.ScreenUpdating = True
End With
End Sub

Tips to change the macro

Add header above your data

If you want to add headers in the first row you can use this code line after you add/named Newsh

'Add headers
Newsh.Range("B1:E1").Value = Array("header1", "header2", "header3", "header4")

You see that there are four cells in the range and four words in the array. Be sure that both have the same number of cells if you add more headers.


Use a Hyperlink to the sheet in column A instead of the sheet name

Replace

'Copy the sheet name in the A column
Newsh.Cells(RwNum, 1).Value = Sh.Name


With

'Create a link to the sheet in the A column
Newsh.Hyperlinks.Add Anchor:=Newsh.Cells(RwNum, 1), Address:="", _
SubAddress:="'" & Sh.Name & "'!A1", TextToDisplay:=Sh.Name


Or If you want to use the the Hyperlink worksheet function use this this :

'Create a link to the sheet in the A column
Newsh.Cells(RwNum, 1).Formula _
= "=HYPERLINK(""#""&CELL(""address"",'" & Sh.Name & "'!A1)," _
& """" & Sh.Name & """)"



Use a existing worksheet

Another way is to use an existing worksheet in your workbook and clear the old content in the code each time you run the code. Note: I not clear row 1 in this example (maybe your header row)

Replace

'Delete the sheet "Summary-Sheet" if it exist
Application.DisplayAlerts = False
On Error Resume Next
ThisWorkbook.Worksheets("Summary-Sheet").Delete
On Error GoTo 0
Application.DisplayAlerts = True

'Add a worksheet with the name "Summary-Sheet"
Set Basebook = ThisWorkbook
Set Newsh = Basebook.Worksheets.Add
Newsh.Name = "Summary-Sheet"


With this (change "YourSheet" to your worksheet name)

Set Basebook = ThisWorkbook
Set Newsh = Basebook.Worksheets("YourSheet")
Newsh.Rows("2:" & Newsh.Rows.Count).Clear

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