COMPARING DATASETS

Marcie Be

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I have two lists of data one contains 30 data points the other 1550. The lists are in two separate worksheets in the same workbook.
I want to identify if the any of the 30 data points are in the list of 1550 data points.
What is the best way to do this please?
 

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bobsan42

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Can you at least show some sample ? What would a datapoint look like ? And maybe explain how to identify a data point.
Is it a one time thing or something you will need to use frequently?
 
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