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Excel Guide

How to Group Worksheets in Excel: Step-by-Step Guide

If you have a workbook with multiple worksheets, you can group them together in Excel to perform actions on all sheets simultaneously. Follow these steps to group and ungroup worksheets.

Grouping Worksheets:

  1. View Tab:
  2. Go to the View tab in Excel.
  3. Arrange All:
  4. In the Window group on the View tab, click on Arrange All.
  5. Tiled Layout:
  6. Under Arrange, select Tiled, and then click OK.
  7. Select Worksheets:
  8. Click on the tab of the first worksheet you want to group.
  9. To select multiple worksheets, click the tab of the first worksheet, press and hold Ctrl, and click the tabs of the other worksheets.
  10. Group Option:
  11. On the Format tab, in the Cells group, click Group, and then select Group again.

Now, any changes made to one worksheet will apply to all other grouped worksheets.

Ungrouping Worksheets:

  1. View Tab:
  2. Go to the View tab in Excel.
  3. Arrange All:
  4. In the Window group on the View tab, click on Arrange All.
  5. Tiled Layout:
  6. Under Arrange, select Tiled, and then click OK.
  7. Select Worksheets:
  8. Click on the tab of the first worksheet you want to ungroup.
  9. To select multiple worksheets, click the tab of the first worksheet, press and hold Ctrl, and click the tabs of the other worksheets.
  10. Ungroup Option:
  11. On the Format tab, in the Cells group, click Ungroup, and then select Ungroup again.

Now, the selected worksheets are ungrouped, and changes to one worksheet won't affect the others.

Grouping Rows or Columns:

  1. Select Rows or Columns:
  2. Highlight the rows or columns you want to group.
  3. Press Ctrl + Shift + + (Plus key).
  4. Group Option:
  5. On the Data tab, in the Outline group, click Group, and then select Group again.

Now, changes to one row or column will apply to the entire group.

Ungrouping Rows or Columns:

  1. Select Rows or Columns:
  2. Highlight the rows or columns you want to ungroup.
  3. Ungroup Option:
  4. On the Data tab, in the Outline group, click Ungroup, and then select Ungroup again.

Now, the selected rows or columns are ungrouped.

Tips:

  • To quickly select all worksheets in a workbook, click the first tab, press and hold Ctrl, and press Tab until all sheets are selected.
  • To quickly select all rows or columns, click the first row or column, press and hold Shift, and click the last row or column.