Highlight existing values

Romulo Avila

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Good night,

I need a macro that verifies that values ​​that are in columns "A1: F100" exist in the range "H1: M80", if there is a

highlight in the values ​​in column "A1: F100" in red.

Thank you.


Romulo
 

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Joe4

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Welcome to the Board!

No need for a macro. This can be done pretty easily with Conditional Formatting.

Here are the steps:
1. Select the range A1:F100
2. Go to Conditional Formatting and select the Formula option
3. Enter this formula: =COUNTIF($H$1:$M$80,A1)>0
4. Choose your red highlighting option
5. Click OK
 

Joe4

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You are welcome.
 

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