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Extract a list of alphabetically sorted duplicates based on a condition
The following image shows you a data set in columns B and C. The formula in cell E2 extracts a […]
Extract duplicate values with exceptions
This article demonstrates formulas that extract duplicate values from a column, however, column D contains values that you don't want […]
Filter duplicate values using criteria
This article demonstrates formulas that extract duplicates based on three conditions. Table of Contents Filter duplicate values using criteria How […]
Filter values that exists in all three columns
This article explains how to extract values that exist in three different columns, they must occur in each of the […]
Label groups of duplicate records
Michael asks: I need to identify the duplicates based on the Columns D:H and put in Column C a small […]
Filter duplicates within same date, week or month
The image above demonstrates a formula in cell E3 that extracts duplicate items if they are on the same date. […]
Filter duplicate values in a range using “contain” condition
The array formula in cell B10 extracts duplicate values from cell range B2:D4 if they contain string specified in cell […]
Filter duplicate values from a range that begins with string
The array formula in cell B10 extracts duplicate values from cell range B2:D4 if they begin with the condition specified […]
Find min and max unique and duplicate numerical values
Table of Contents How to find the largest duplicate number How to find the largest duplicate number - Excel 365 […]
Filter duplicate values and sort by corresponding date
Array formula in D2: =INDEX($A$2:$A$21, MATCH(SMALL(IF(COUNTIF($B$2:$B$21, $B$2:$B$21)>1, COUNTIF($A$2:$A$21, "<"&$A$2:$A$21), ""),ROWS($A$1:A1)), COUNTIF($A$2:$A$21, "<"&$A$2:$A$21), 0)) Array formula in E2: =INDEX($B$2:$B$21, MATCH(SMALL(IF(COUNTIF($B$2:$B$21, $B$2:$B$21)>1, […]
Extract a list of alphabetically sorted duplicates from a column
The following array formula extracts duplicate values sorted from A to Z from cell range B3:B21. Excel array formula in […]
Extract duplicates from a multi-column cell range
This article describes two formulas that extract duplicates from a multi-column cell range, the first one is built for Excel […]
Extract a list of duplicates from three columns combined
The following regular formula extracts duplicate values from column B (List1), D (List2) and F (List3) combined, the result is […]
Extract a list of duplicates from a column
The array formula in cell C2 extracts duplicate values from column A. Only one duplicate of each value is displayed […]
Extract a list of duplicates from two columns combined
The following regular formula extracts duplicates from column B (List1) and column D (List2) combined, the result is shown in […]
Create a list of duplicates where adjacent cell value meets a condition
Question: How do I filter duplicates with a condition? Answer: Column B contains category and column C contains Items. Only […]

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