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Step 1: The VLOOKUP function. Let's start by typing our VLOOKUP function, and the first item you want to search, Step 2: Use the ISNA function to perform a test. We will use the ISNA function to customize the result. Step 3: Finish with the IF function.
Step 1: The VLOOKUP function. Let's start by typing our VLOOKUP function, and the first item you want to search, Step 2: Use the ISNA function to perform a test. We will use the ISNA function to customize the result. Step 3: Finish with the IF function.
Select the two columns that you want to compare. In the Home tab, click Conditional Formatting. Click on Highlight Cell Rules, and then go straight to More Rules and click on it. Here you will find many options.
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To compare two columns, use the IF, ISERROR and the MATCH function in Excel. You can display the duplicates or the unique values.
Open your Sheet on the page that you want to compare. With data in columns A and B, highlight cell C1. Paste '=if(A1=B1,,Mismatch)' into cell C1. Left-click on the bottom right corner of cell C1 and drag downwards.
Open your Sheet on the page that you want to compare. With data in columns A and B, highlight cell C1. Paste '=if(A1=B1,,Mismatch)' into cell C1. Left-click on the bottom right corner of cell C1 and drag downwards.
Select the entire data set. Click the Home tab. In the Styles group, click on the 'Conditional Formatting' option. Hover the cursor on the Highlight Cell Rules option. Click on Duplicate Values. In the Duplicate Values dialog box, make sure 'Duplicate' is selected.
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