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Hi!

Have an excel spreadsheet that I need to compare the values ¿¿in a table in ms sql.
All rows in excel which are not similar to that found in the database. Should be out in a new exelfil. So I left with a excelark with rows that are not equal to those available in the database.

How can I fix this?
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I suggest that you import the data in your excel file into a new table in MS SQL. This way, you can compare the data in the 2 tables like you want. After that you can export back the data that you need into a new excel file
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thanks
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