conditional formatting

vhodgson

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How do I write the formula to find duplicates of a list of items, several cells in column A, looking in lists in several other columns? :eek:
 

Excel Facts

How can you turn a range sideways?
Copy the range. Select a blank cell. Right-click, Paste Special, then choose Transpose.
Select entire range, and select Conditional Formating from the Format menu

After getting the CF dialogue and selecting Formula Is

enter =COUNTIF(A1:G50,A1)>1, assuming your range is A1:G50 (adjust as needed).

Select your format.
 
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