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Select 2 workbooks to compare: Select sheets to compare. Select one of the following comparison options: Choose the content types to be compared (optional). Finally, click the big red Start button on the ribbon and proceed to examining the results.
Start Compare Sheets. Step 1: Select your worksheets and ranges. Step 2: Specify the comparing mode. Step 3: Select the key columns (if there are any) Step 4: Choose your comparison options.
Open Spreadsheet Compare. In the lower-left pane, choose the options you want included in the workbook comparison, such as formulas, cell formatting, or macros. On the Home tab, choose Compare Files.
Arrange multiple Excel windows side by side To view more than 2 Excel files at a time, open all the workbooks you want to compare, and click the View Side by Side button. The Compare Side by Side dialog box will appear, and you select the files to be displayed together with the active workbook.
Open Spreadsheet Compare. In the lower-left pane, choose the options you want included in the workbook comparison, such as formulas, cell formatting, or macros. On the Home tab, choose Compare Files.
Open the two workbooks you want to compare. Click the View Side by Side button in the Window group of the View tab. Scroll down or across a worksheet. (Optional) Click the Synchronous Scrolling button in the Window group if you want to turn off simultaneous scrolling.
Click on Compare Files at the top left and then choose the two Excel files you want to compare. Now you can quickly see by the color-coded cells what values or formulas are different. As you can see, entered values are green, formulas are purple, calculated values are bluish, etc., etc.
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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