Highlighting Duplicates across multiple worksheets
I am trying to find duplicates between two worksheets where there are three column comparisons. I have attached an example.
In the "Manual" the two red entries are also found on the Computer tab.
Is there a formula I can use to either do a conditional format or flag for duplicates? Example12-6.xlsx
Is there any way to identify multiple duplicates based on a specific number? I have attached an example that has generic ID numbers and bonuses for each ID number with a 3 letter bonus code and 3 number bonus code. If both the letter and number bonus match per ID, I want those identified some way (highlighting was used for identification in the file).
Could this be done with Excel function or is VBA needed?
I have a list of email addresses in the first column on 10 worksheets. some of them are duplicates. is there a formula to compile a list of all of the emails from all of the worksheets without showing duplicates?
ex: is in sheets, 1, 3, 7, and 10
I would like to show only one list where is only outputted
I think this is a vlookup function, but I read that there is a 7 worksheet
I am trying to format a file, which has a list of data that is grouped based on an ID code.
The duplicates would be identified based on their ID# number (ex. 001) and every other set of duplicates needs to be highlighted. Ex. so the 001 & 003 data sets would be highlighted but not the 002 data set.
I am not too familiar with VBA coding, is there a function or set of functions that would allow me to format the data based on the criteria described above?
All the help options give directions on how to look for duplicates within a worksheet, but I want to check for all duplicates in all the worksheets within one bo
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