combining data from two worksheets

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Looking for some help to combine two separate worksheets into one. I am on a PC and using windows 10. One of the worksheets has more than 300,000 lines.  Thanks for any direction.

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@Vickienonprofit Depends on what you mean by "to combine". If Both sheets have the same lay-out (i.e. columns with similar information in the same place) you could just copy one set of data and paste it below the other. Excel can handle up to just over a million rows of data.

If the other data set contains different information but shares unique identifiers with the first data set, you perhaps want to merge the data. Then, Power query is probably the best option.