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I have a spreadsheet with two tabs roster and users, both have a bunch of tabs.

in roster column F is email and column G is exist

in users column B is email

in roster if email is a hit anywhere in column B of users I want column G is roster to say OK otherwise it should say MISSING
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Question by:Matt Pinkston
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by:barry houdini
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Try this formula in roster worksheet G2 copied down

=IF(COUNTIF(users!B:B,F2),"OK","missing")

regards, barry
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by:Matt Pinkston
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does not seem to want to allow me to add that formula keeps saying error

roster
F=email
G=exist (this is the column we want to say OK or MISSING

users
B=email
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barry houdini earned 500 total points
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See attached example - note: depending on your region the formula might require semi-colon separators instead of commas, i.e.

=IF(COUNTIF(users!B:B;F2);"OK";"missing")

regards, barry
email-example.xls
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by:5teveo
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Try this...
 I used vlookup command assuming email address lookup can occur anywhere 'User'

Ah... Count works also... i did not read other solution fully
EE-20130104-Lookup.xlsx
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