How to Compare two Excel Workbooks?

Actuariojf

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Dear Excel Gurus:

I have two excel workbooks that they are different versions of a same program. They were created in diferent dates, they look the same, with the same imputs, etc. However, the results or numeric output is diferent. These workbooks are pretty big with many tags and a lot of formulas. They seem to be the same but they are not.

Is there any way, macro, software, etc. to compare this two workbook and locate or highlight the differences between them? Be these differences hardcoded or in formulas.

Thanks!

Actuariojf
 

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lenze

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I have an add-in that will do this. PM me your email and I will send it to you.
 

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