Compare Excel spreadsheet - 1

I have 2 spreadsheets in the same workbook.

In spreadsheet 1, column B and C, I have list of user First and Last Names:

First Name      Last Name
John            Doe
Mary            Dawson
Rob                    Cool
Ivan            Dyals

In spreadsheet 2, column K and L, I have list of user First and Last names:

First Name      Last Name--->this is in row 2
Mary            Dawson
Anthony            Fusco
Jack                    Palermo
Rob                    Cool

I want to column M of spreadsheet 2 to show MATCH if name is found in spreadsheet 1:

First Name      Last Name
Mary            Dawson            MATCH
Anthony            Fusco            
Jack                    Palermo            
Rob                    Cool            MATCH

I am using the below similar to what another expert suggests in M3 of spreadsheet 2 but it is not working.  

=IF(ISERROR( MATCH(L3 & ", " &K3,Sheet1!F:F,0) ), "", "Match")

Please advise in this ticket.  Thanks.
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Subodh Tiwari (Neeraj)Excel & VBA ExpertCommented:
The formula you have shown doesn't match the column references you described e.g. column F.

Try this...
On Sheet2
In M2

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change the range references used in the formula as per your requirement. But don't use the full column reference in the formula.

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nav2567Author Commented:
Sorry, it is not working.  The entire column M shows TRUE.
ShumsExcel & VBA ExpertCommented:

Try below:

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