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Excel finding value not exist in range.

I have 2 columns:
A      B
1       2
2       4
3
4
5

and I want to find column C with value in column A but not exist in column B.

How can I do it?
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JameMeck
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JameMeck
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Kakhaber SiradzeCommented:
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Saqib Husain, SyedEngineerCommented:
If you like to have a macro you can use this. This will list the numbers continuously
Sub extna()
For Each cel In Range("A:A")
Set tl = Range("B:B").Find(cel, , , xlWhole)
If tl Is Nothing Then n = n + 1: Cells(n, 4) = cel
Next cel
End Sub

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