So here I have two columns Column 1 with repetitive values of some 10000 records Column 2 with unique values of 100 records I want to compare Column 1 and Column 2, identify the values in Column 1 that match with Column 2 and highlight them. Conditional formatting for duplicate values doesnt work because Column 1 has repetitive values.
I have two columns of data. Each row cell is 27 characters long. I want to find any duplicate matches between the two columns on just the 1st 9 characters of each cell. Is there a function that can do this?
Columns A, B, and C have data (first name, last name, state) - 125k rows. Columns F, G, and H have data (first name, last name, state) - 5k rows. Some of these individuals are bound to appear on both lists, and I need to know which ones are indeed on both lists. So in other words, let's say I've got "John" "Doe" "TX" in cells F1, G1, and H1, respectively. I want to search through columns A, B, and C to find out if there are any instances in those columns of "John" "Doe" "TX" in the same row.
I'm thinking there will be multiple VLOOKUP formulas involved, but I could be way off.
I'm trying to compare values in 2 separate columns to see how many times the same value appears in both columns. Ideally I would be able to insert a range function to compare the values in the column "ID 1" against the values in column "ID 2" and return the count of times that a value appears in both columns. For example 2122, 1112 and 1718 appear in both columns and I would like the formula to return a count of 3.
macro to compare 4 columns of text (first and last names) then add a checkmark in separate columns if they match and don't match? For example I have this kind of data to compare and the results required:
Sheet 1 Last Name First Name Smith Mike Johnson Bruce Hendrick Fred Shaffer Kerry
Sheet 2 Last Name First Name Match No Match Klee Pierre X Verge Kerry X Smith Mike X Wright David X Hendrick Fred X
I need the macro to mark an X in the Match column if the first and last names match only and if they do not match exactly a X in the No Match column.
I need making a macro which compares a particular range of columns in one sheet to other sheet in same workbook.
It is like i have two worksheets named "Working Copy" and "Cleaned Data - (Working)". In this I have to compare Columns (A:AG) from Working Copy to columns (B:BH) of Cleaned Data - (Working). and if there is any difference between any cell then it should be highlighted with a colour in both the worksheets.
I have two columns containing dates (Date1 and Date2). Date1 is like a long date and Date 2 is a short date. I need a macro to compare these two dates and delete rows where Date1 <> Date2. Please find attached the before and after file which also contains the date formats for these two dates.
I have a list of numbers in column A of my Worksheet, and a list of names in column B. There are duplicates in both columns:
A B 234 John Smith 253 Charles White 461 Mary Carlsson 876 Erica Alvin 954 Joe Brown 234 John Smith 461 Mary Carlsson
The duplicates in column A and in column B are correct, because the same names correspond to the same numbers. I would like a formula or VBA macro, if possible, to detect when there is no correspondence, for example, if the last row above were
A B 461 Ben Wayne - where it should be Mary Carlsson.
Is it possible to check all the rows of both columns and identify errors?
for example here i want to keep only gen, red and white columns only out of columns what i have in my data. I have so many columns in my original data but here i given just small example. How to proceed with macro or any other way because removing manually taking long time for me.
I have columns from A to AA and need to count the duplicates in at least 2 columns and accordingly need to give them values on the basis of their ratings (A, B, C, D) and type of work (book, article etc) given in yet other columns.
I tried COUNTIF, but that does not work for multiple perimeters I tried SUMPRODUCT, =SUMPRODUCT(($G$4:$G$3000=$G28)*($AA$4:$AA$3000=AA28)), but that only gives a multiplication of my input without the possibility of giving new values to the output.
I tried AND(IF( but that did not want to work either really...
I think the solution is ifsum, but I do not know how to use it in this scenario...
I know this all sounds a bit blurry, so let me attempt to make it more concrete.
Author Title Year Rating Type Desired outcome P Marx I 2005 I A I Book I duplicate A Hegel I 1923 I B I Article I - B Kant I 1674 I D I Book I - A Derrida I 2005 I D I Monograph............................
I have got a very big list in worksheet "1" which contain of only one column, the column D. There are over 150 000 cells in column D and each cell contains of many members seperated by ";". Some cells in column D have many dozen members. Now i want to generate two new columns out of D in another worksheet "2". The two new columns in "2" should be the colulmns A and B.
I want to search Column A in sheet1 vs column B in sheet 2. If there is a match, i want copy Column B in sheet 1 and PASTE it to Column E in sheet2. I have a macro (helped by those on here ) that will find the duplicates and copy cells from the cooresponding row only to another sheet.
The tricky thing is, the macro I have makes a complete new sheet. I want to copy the data to column E on sheet2 ONLY if there is a match for that cell. If ther eis nto a match i dont want it to put anything.
I'm trying to condense my email lists in order to stop people receiving the same email having signed up to several lists. How do I compare 5 different columns to find email addresses which appear in more than one...
sorting duplicate e-mails across three columns in an Excel spreadsheet.
Precisely, I have three mailing lists (Column A, B, and C) that I would like to sort.
I would like to know what e-mail addresses appear in more than one Column (Mailing List), and I would like to highlight/flag them somehow.
I have attached an example spreadhseet that contains fake e-mail addresses for test purposes. As you can see, some e-mail addresses are duplicated or in triplicate across the 3 Columns. In other cases, an e-mail address may be unique to a specific Column.
In my real spreadsheet, I have approximately 3,500 rows and 3 columns.
I'm running a football competition for my business where customers are required to guess World Cup football scores via Facebook. I'm storing all their entries in a spreadsheet.
In the spreadsheet column a is their name, b is the match (e.g. England v Italy), c is the home tame (England), d is the score (1-1), e is the away team (Italy)
Across from, that I have the actual fixtures taking place at the World Cup. So column I is the date, K is the home team (England), L is the actual score (2-0) and M is the away team (Italy)
What I need is a formula that when I enter the result on a game into the right set of columns (Columns I:M) it will highlight those Columns (Columns C:E) that have entered that correct score.
It needs to compare 3 columns and not just one because for example if it highlights the score (1:1 for example) it could be highlighting someone who picked Spain v Holland 1:1 where the correct result would be someone who picked England v Italy 1:1.
I want to count column B for all "West" (column A) and I don't want duplicates. So it would count two unique characters for West and two unique characters for South. I want "west" and "south" separated.