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On sheet 1 I have column L with thousands of zip codes.

On sheet 2 I have column A with about 70 zip codes.

On sheet in column AX, I would like to say "Yes" if the zip listed in column L is in the list on Sheet 2 Column A.

Any ideas how to do this? Trying to use "Match" but not working. Thanks!
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Saqib Husain, Syed earned 500 total points
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This is for row2 and copied down

=if(counta(sheet2!A:A,A2),"yes","")
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