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Matching columns in Excel

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I have a 5 column spreadsheet. Column A has 4455 rows of various numbers column B has 6775 various numbers, columns C, D and E contain other data. I want to match column B to column A and align B, C, D and E next to it's matched number in column A and delete the unmatched data from B,C,D and E. Attached is an example spreadsheet.

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sample-excel-file.xls
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Haris Djulic earned 500 total points
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Hello,

I inserted new column B where using VLOOKUP funcion i found values from Column B that existed in Column A... After i implemented filter and deselect #NA numbers i..e those that are not matched to each other.
You can filter those #NA values to delete them...

Attached is the file with new column
sample-excel-file-matched---Copy.xls
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by:Justin Moore
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Samo - I think this will work. I'm going implement it on the actual file in a few minutes and will let you know but it looks like exactly what i need.
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