Compare names for mismatch

Posted on 2014-09-18
Last Modified: 2014-09-18
I need to compare sheets 1 & 2 and have the missing names in sheets 3 & 4.

Compare sheet 1A & 2A export missing names to sheet 3A

Compare sheet 2A & 1A export missing names to sheet 4A

name = Last, First middle ( all in col A )
Question by:CMILLER
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Author Comment

ID: 40331525
Office Excel 2007

Expert Comment

ID: 40331642
This will check Sheet1 if the name in A1 exists in Col A of Sheet2:

It can be amended, depending on what you are comparing to what.
I am not entirely clear from the details you provided.


Author Comment

ID: 40331649
I have two seperate export lists of names from two different systems and they should equal but they dont.
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Author Comment

ID: 40331655
I am getting a false on the first one and I know its true. The name matches
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Accepted Solution

Paul Sauvé earned 500 total points
ID: 40331675
Please see my attached example. Every test with a value of 1 appears in both lists...Demo.xlsx

=COUNTIF('Blues Rock 1'!$B$2:$B$83;$B2)

In reality, you only have to check one of the two lists!

Author Comment

ID: 40331690
Paul, yes that will work. Thanks.

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