Formula to check for Discrepencies

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Something like

=IF(Sheet1!A1=Sheet2!A1,"","Discrepancy")


but more information needed.
 

numberonetwin

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such as the whole sheet, not just specific cells to simplify the matter

if the sheet sent back to me by another person does not match the original, is there a way to highlight where it does not match?
 

numberonetwin

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or is there a formula that one could just add to a sheet that would compare it to a sheet with the exact same formatting and hightlight the differences
 

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