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How to Find Duplicates in Google Sheets

How to Find Duplicates in Google Sheets

There are a few ways to find duplicates in Google Sheets. The first way is to use the built-in function called "DUPLEXES". To use this function, select the range of cells that you want to check for duplicates and then go to "Data" > "Duplicates". A dialog box will appear and it will show you the duplicates that are in the range of cells that you selected.

The second way to find duplicates is to use the "Vlookup" function. To do this, select the range of cells that you want to check for duplicates and then go to "Data" > "Vlookup". In the "Vlookup" dialog box, select "LOOKUP VALUE" and then type in the value that you want to look for. For "LOOKUP TABLE", select "Sheet1" and then click "OK". A list of the duplicates in the range of cells that you selected will appear.

The third way to find duplicates is to use the "Filter" function. To do this, select the range of cells that you want to check for duplicates and then go to "Data" > "Filter". In the "Filter" dialog box, select "Duplicates" and then click "OK". A list of the duplicates in the range of cells that you selected will appear.

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