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blott5fm

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In cell C1 I would like a formula that will r eturn "True" if the value in cell A1 matches a value in column B1:B56000 otherwise "False".
 

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svendiamond

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=if(countif(b:b,a1)>=1,"true","false")
 

blott5fm

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Works like a charm. Had another suggestion however, your's is a tad more elegant. Thanks much.
 
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