Microsoft Excel - Matching data from one column to the next

I am looking for anomalies within an inventory file. See attached.

Column A is an Amazon listing description and in Column B is the SKU in our warehouse management system. I am wanting to run a formula of some sorts from column B to A to find any discrepancies that stand out. Is there any way to search column A for the sku within column b and if the formula finds the sku within the description, the formula indicate that? If column A number is contained in column B, show me somehow.

Hopefully this makes sense.
Roderick WolsiferAsked:
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Hi Roderick Wolsifer, would you have a sample of what you are looking for and a sample of what it should look like after?
Roderick WolsiferAuthor Commented:
It doesn't have to say anything. Could just say N/A. Just need to know it is in column A which indicates it is listing the correct product.
SANTABABYSoftware ProfessionalCommented:
Try the following formula(for row #1), copy for other rows.

=IF(IFERROR(FIND(B1,A1),"X")="X","Not Found","Match")

I have some doubts about the question, (the above is simplified interpretation). Please let me know, if the SKU needs to be parsed from column A content and then matched against column B.
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Roderick WolsiferAuthor Commented:
Let me rephrase - If sku (column b) is within item description (column a), then show a match or X to indicate said sku is within column a.
Roderick WolsiferAuthor Commented:
Looks like your formula worked. Does my above explanation sound like what you were thinking?
SANTABABYSoftware ProfessionalCommented:
Yes, that's what I thought.

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