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Chapter 8. Using Disparate Data Sources ... > Using Multiple Consolidation Ranges

Using Multiple Consolidation Ranges

If you need to analyze data dispersed in multiple ranges, your options are somewhat limited. For example, the data in Figure 8.2 shows you three ranges that you need to bring together to analyze as a group.

Figure 8.2. Someone passed you a file that has three ranges of data. You need to bring the three ranges together so you can analyze them as a group.



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