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I have a spreadsheet with two tabs:

Report
Roster

On the tab report I have a bunch of columns on is column J (PSM) which is a email address, I need to compare this to tab roster column F (email) and in the report tab indicate when the PSM column does not have a match in the roster tab email column.
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Hi, pinkstonmp.

Please see attached.

Regards,
Brian.Check-Email.xls
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AWESOME!!!!!!
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Thanks, pinkstonmp!
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