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Conditional Format to match numbers

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Hello,

There are 2 sheets in the attached spreadsheet.  The 1st sheet, Weekly, has about 3,000 lines and I download this weekly.  The 2nd sheet, Perm, are my numbers.  I tried to use Conditional Formatting find duplicates, but I can’t get it to work.  I need the Conditional formatting to find my number out of the almost 3,000 and then I will delete the other numbers.  

Thank you,

Walter Humko
Bid-Number-Weekly--3-Aug-15.xlsx
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