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The Best Shortcut to Remove Duplicates in Excel

If you work with data in Excel, you may find yourself in a situation where you need to remove duplicates. This can be a tedious and time-consuming task, especially if you have a lot of data. Fortunately, there is a shortcut that you can use to quickly remove duplicates in Excel.

To remove duplicates in Excel, you can use the Remove Duplicates command. This command is located in the Data tab, in the Data Tools group. To use this command, simply select the range of cells that you want to check for duplicates, and then click the Remove Duplicates button. Excel will then remove all of the duplicate values from the selected range.

You can also use the Remove Duplicates command to remove duplicates from a single column. To do this, select the column that you want to check for duplicates, and then click the Remove Duplicates button. Excel will then remove all of the duplicate values from the selected column.

The Remove Duplicates command is a quick and easy way to remove duplicates from your data. However, there are a few things to keep in mind when using this command. First, the Remove Duplicates command will only remove exact duplicates. This means that if you have two values that are similar, but not exactly the same, the Remove Duplicates command will not remove them. For example, if you have the values "1" and "1.0" in your data, the Remove Duplicates command will not remove them because they are not exact duplicates.

Second, the Remove Duplicates command will only remove duplicates from the selected range. This means that if you have duplicates in other parts of your data, the Remove Duplicates command will not remove them. For example, if you have the values "1" and "1.0" in your data, and you select the range A1:A10, the Remove Duplicates command will only remove the duplicates from the selected range. It will not remove the duplicates from the rest of your data.

Third, the Remove Duplicates command will only remove duplicates from the selected cells. This means that if you have blank cells in your data, the Remove Duplicates command will not remove them. For example, if you have the values "1" and "1.0" in your data, and you select the range A1:A10, the Remove Duplicates command will only remove the duplicates from the selected cells. It will not remove the blank cells from the rest of your data.

Fourth, the Remove Duplicates command will only remove duplicates from the selected worksheet. This means that if you have duplicates in other worksheets in your workbook, the Remove Duplicates command will not remove them. For example, if you have the values "1" and "1.0" in your data, and you select the range A1:A10, the Remove Duplicates command will only remove the duplicates from the selected worksheet. It will not remove the duplicates from the other worksheets in your workbook.

The Remove Duplicates command is a quick and easy way to remove duplicates from your data. However, there are a few things to keep in mind when using this command. First, the Remove Duplicates command will only remove exact duplicates. This means that if you have two values that are similar, but not exactly the same, the Remove Duplicates command will not remove them. For example, if you have the values "1" and "1.0" in your data, the Remove Duplicates command will not remove them because they are not exact duplicates.

Second, the Remove Duplicates command will only remove duplicates from the selected range. This means that if you have duplicates in other parts of your data, the Remove Duplicates command will not remove them. For example, if you have the values "1" and "1.0" in your data, and you select the range A1:A10, the Remove Duplicates command will only remove the duplicates from the selected range. It will not remove the duplicates from the rest of your data.

Third, the Remove Duplicates command will only remove duplicates from the selected cells. This means that if you have blank cells in your data, the Remove Duplicates command will not remove them. For example, if you have the values "1" and "1.0" in your data, and you select the range A1:A10, the Remove Duplicates command will only remove the duplicates from the selected cells. It will not remove the blank cells from the rest of your data.

Fourth, the Remove Duplicates command will only remove duplicates from the selected worksheet. This means that if you have duplicates in other worksheets in your workbook, the Remove Duplicates command will not remove them. For example, if you have the values "1" and "1.0" in your data, and you select the range A1:A10, the Remove Duplicates command will only remove the duplicates from the selected worksheet. It will not remove the duplicates from the other worksheets in your workbook.

The Remove Duplicates command is a quick and easy way to remove duplicates from your data. However, there are a few things to keep in mind when using this command. First, the Remove Duplicates command will only remove exact duplicates. This means that if you have two values that are similar, but not exactly the same, the Remove Duplicates command will not remove them. For example, if you have the values "1" and "1.0" in your data, the Remove Duplicates command will not remove them because they are not exact duplicates.

Second, the Remove Duplicates command will only remove duplicates from the selected range. This means that if you have duplicates in other parts of your data, the Remove Duplicates command will not remove them. For example, if you have the values "1" and "1.0" in your data, and you select the range A1:A10, the Remove Duplicates command will only remove the duplicates from the selected range. It will not remove the duplicates from the rest of your data.

Third, the Remove Duplicates command will only remove duplicates from the selected cells. This means that if you have blank cells in your data, the Remove Duplicates command will not remove them. For example, if you have the values "1" and "1.0" in your data, and you select the range A1:A10, the Remove Duplicates command will only remove the duplicates from the selected cells. It will not remove the blank cells from the rest of your data.

Fourth, the Remove Duplicates command will only remove duplicates from the selected worksheet. This means that if you have duplicates in other worksheets in your workbook, the Remove Duplicates command will not remove them. For example, if you have the values "1" and "1.0" in your data, and you select the range A1:A10, the Remove Duplicates command will only remove the duplicates from the selected worksheet. It will not remove the duplicates from the other worksheets in your workbook.

The Remove Duplicates command is a quick and easy way to remove duplicates from your data. However, there are a few things to keep in mind when using this command. First, the Remove Duplicates command will only remove exact duplicates. This means that if you have two values that are similar, but not exactly the same, the Remove Duplicates command will not remove them. For example, if you have the values "1" and "1.0" in your data, the Remove Duplicates command will not remove them because they are not exact duplicates.

Second, the Remove Duplicates command will only remove duplicates from the selected range. This means that if you have duplicates in other parts of your

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