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Which formula works for this situation?

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I have a list of names in Column G, and I need to know if those names also appear in column O, and I would like the results to be displayed in Column H.

Which formula should I use and how do I input that data?
thank you.
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Try using this formula in H2 copied down

=COUNTIF(O:O,G2)>0

You get TRUE or FALSE results

regards, barry
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perfect thank you!
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