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Highlight duplicates in a filtered Excel Table
The image above demonstrates a conditional formatting formula applied to an Excel Table containing random data. The Excel Table has […]
Highlight duplicate columns
This article describes how to highlight duplicate records arranged into a column each, if you are looking for records entered […]
Highlight duplicate records
This article shows you how to easily identify duplicate rows or records in a list. What's on this webpage Highlight […]
Highlight duplicates with same date, week or month
The image above demonstrates a conditional formatting formula that highlights duplicate¬†items based on date. The first instance is not highlighted, […]
Highlight more than once taken course in any given day
Question: My scenario is tracking employees who complete online training. I capture their name, id, class taken, and date. Any […]
Highlight smallest duplicate number
Question: How do I highlight the smallest duplicate value in a column using conditional formatting? Answer: Conditional formatting formula in […]
Highlight duplicate values in a cell range
The following conditional formula highlights only the second instance or more of a value in a cell range. Conditional formatting […]
Highlight duplicates in two columns
Question: I need to delete duplicates in two different columns together. How do I highlight the second or more duplicates […]
How to highlight duplicate values
Table of Contents How to highlight duplicate values Highlight the smallest duplicate number 1. How to highlight duplicate values The […]

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