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Culling a emailing list in Excell 2003

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Hello,

I have a emailing list (List A) in Excel 2003 that has a number of addresses that Bounce.

I also have another list (List B) that contains all the addresses that have bounced.

How can I remove the addressed in List B from List A using Excel 2003.

Or is there a better program for this?

Thanks in advance,
Tom Fullen
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If Sheet1 contains List A. Like this.
 List Aand Sheet2 contains List B. Like this.
List B
Then, Add this to Sheet1
New Sheet1and add these formulas to Sheet2
New Sheet2
You should get this result:
Result (Sheet2)
Then just filter, and delete ones that say Remove.
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Thank you, gnazareth,

How do you add the formula to all the cells in the column so that the A2, A3, A4, are added automatically, and I won't have to type into every cell?

Tom
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The formula  is not excepted seems to be something wrong with the table array?

=IFERROR(VLOOKUP(A2,Sheet1!$A$1:$B$4,2,FALSE),"DO NOT REMOVE")
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