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Needed Tested Method for Highlight Duplicates

Needed Tested Method for Highlight Duplicates

If cells A1+B1 are the same as A2+B2, I would like to highlight all the instances that are duplicated.

In this case, A2+B2 would be highlighted but A1+B1 would not, since they are the first occurrence.

This needs to happen in a Google Spreadsheet.

I have made a sample
https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1vnTWNv-elPciIlYsKOV7Z_fiffS1D4TMUrY5ilk6rPc/edit#gid=1733025047

Assistance is greatly appreciated.
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Martin Nguyen

8/22/2022 - Mon
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Martin Nguyen

Hello,

Are there any examples of A1+B1 being the same as A2+B2? In the sheet you shared it does not appear any rows meet that criteria.
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