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Hi ive been a report from HR on all staff memebers currently working in te company. Ive just exported all users from AD.

Is there a formual in Excel 2007 Where i can match the names. Cause there are loads more names in AD then there is in this report.
I have over 400 names which i ned to match up.

So for exampe if i had happyexchange in the report how do i do a formula to match it up.  Thank you for all your help
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zorvek (Kevin Jones) earned 500 total points
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Use the MATCH function. For example:

=IF(ISERROR(MATCH("happyexchange",A:A,0)),"No Match","Match")

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You want to get the rest of the data when you find a match of the name? You can use a VLOOKUP() function to do that but without more information all I can do right now is show you an article about the use of this function:

http://excel-user.blogspot.com/2009/10/vlookup-get-value-based-on-another.html

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