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Posted on 2011-09-30
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Hi All

I have two columns in Excel and want to compare the number in both the column,
Eg Column A and Column B . compare the number from Column B to A, if the matching number found in A Delete the number from Column B.
Colmun A has the number 004523600924 abd Column B has the number 452360 and now this is the match so we need to delete this number from the Column B

Any help will be appreciated

Thanks


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for example in Column A has 23 and Column B has 123 then results will be in the Column B is 1. is it correct?
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cynx earned 500 total points
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I have written macro to do the same. assigned it to button on worksheet.
file attached.


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Thanks a million for your help Apologies for replying you so late
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