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Excel 2010: how to automatically cumulate lines of two sheets in a third sheet

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In Excel 2010 I have two sheets with data like this:

Sheet1:
NUMBER
one
three
six

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Sheet2:
NUMBER
two
four
nine
ten

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How can I have a third sheet that cumulates the lines of both the sheets?

Wanted sheet3:
NUMBER
one
two
three
four
six
nine
ten

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Furthermore:

is it possible to have the third sheet auto-updated when sheet1 or sheet2 are modified?
is it possible to avoid/delete duplicates after the cumulation?
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Question by:lucavilla
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by:Sam Simon Nasser
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regarding third question, yes. in 3rd sheet use sheet1!cellnumber
in sheet 1 and 2, are number (one, two, ...) are numbers (1,2, ...) or text as you wrote?
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by:lucavilla
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they're all text (words)...
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5teveo earned 500 total points
ID: 39249131
I made quick and dirty macro and tied to button...

see macro - I added sort just incase numbers may be used... Just remove sort statement

Macro collect Sheet1 data then stacks Sheet2 data into Sheet3 and then remove duplicates.
EE-20130614-MergeColumnsUnduplic.xlsm
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by:lucavilla
ID: 39249152
Impressive, thanks!
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