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  1. M

    Exclude Headers from Table/Named Range in Formula Outcomes

    Hello all, I'm trying to make a column that automatically grabs the values from another column, makes sure they are unique, and then alphabetizes them. Animal <tbody> Alpaca Dog Cat Dog Elephant </tbody> Should return Alpaca Cat Dog Elephant This is the formula I'm using...
  2. C

    How can I match words from one column with another?

    In column A I have a list of 500 words. In column B I have a list of 300 words. In column C I want to list all the words that column A and B have in common. As seen in the example below. <tbody> elephant crocodile elephant rat mosquito circus elephant </tbody> Thanks for your help!
  3. Johnny C

    Add-ins manager automation button

    Has anyone ever used one of the options in the automation add-ins? Just wondering why they might be useful, is there anything useful in there or is it just another Excel white elephant

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