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How to Search for Duplicates in Excel

How to Search for Duplicates in Excel

There are a few ways to search for duplicates in Excel. The easiest way is to use the built-in "Find and Replace" feature. First, highlight the column or range of cells that you want to search. Next, open the "Find and Replace" dialog box by pressing Ctrl+F or by clicking on the "Find and Replace" toolbar button. In the "Find and Replace" dialog box, make sure that the "Find" tab is selected. In the "Find" tab, make sure that the "Match Case" check box is checked. In the "Find" text box, type the text that you want to find. In the "Replace With" text box, type the text that you want to replace the text that you found. Finally, click on the "Find All" button. Excel will search the column or range of cells that you highlighted for duplicates and will display a list of all of the duplicates.

Another way to search for duplicates in Excel is to use the "Advanced Filter" feature. First, highlight the column or range of cells that you want to search. Next, open the "Advanced Filter" dialog box by pressing Alt+F5 or by clicking on the "Advanced Filter" toolbar button. In the "Advanced Filter" dialog box, make sure that the "Copy to Another Location" check box is checked. In the "Copy to" text box, type the name of the column or range of cells that you want to copy the duplicates to. Finally, click on the "Filter" button. Excel will search the column or range of cells that you highlighted for duplicates and will copy the duplicates to the column or range of cells that you specified.

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