If you choose to send the new data to a new workbook and you are in group edit mode, the new workbook will have the default number of worksheets without reference to the number of grouped sheets in the original workbook. The first new sheet will become the active sheet and will display the resulting data in a formatted table while the subsequent sheets will be blank with the default formatting.
If you choose to send the resulting data to a range on the active sheet of the group, the active sheet will display the data in a formatted table while the other sheets in the group will display a formatted, empty table. The borders and formatting may not be the same as the table in the active sheet. In Microsoft Office Excel 2003 and in earlier versions of Microsoft Excel, you may remove this empty table if you select the table cells, point to Clear on the Edit menu, and then click All. In Microsoft Office Excel 2007, you may remove this empty table if you select the table cells, point to Clear in the
Editing group on the Home tab, and then click Clear All.
Because you can only perform the Data Analysis function on one active sheet at a time, the resulting data will appear on one sheet only. No data will appear on subsequent created sheets.
Article ID: 214029 - Last Review: Jan 23, 2007 - Revision: 1