I have data in four columns in an Excel sheet. Column A and D represent Names while columns B and E represent their corresponding amounts. I want to be able to get out all names that are not in both name columns with their corresponding amount for further processing.
So far, I have used the vlookup function that has given me those names that are not in both columns A and D with N/A where there is no match. (This is just mock up data, I have to do this in a file of more than 65,000 records)
Now I want to:
Sort these values in the vlookup column to get all N/A to the bottom.
Then get back the actual values of these N/A cells and their corresponding amounts for further processing
So, in my example, I am more interested in getting back the following values:
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