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    Hi all,

    I think I need an Array formula, and I'm not competent with those.

    I have two documents I need to compare. Salesforce and KPHC. There are duplicate values

    In Salesforce:
    CustomerID - Column D
    Address - Column U

    In KPHC:
    Customer ID - Column L
    Address - Column E

    There ARE duplicates in Customer ID. I'm hoping there's a way to compare Customer ID and address to see if there's an exact match. I'm really struggling with comparing the two...help?
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    Default Re: Array Formula?

    Duplicate https://www.mrexcel.com/forum/excel-...ml#post5278874

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