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For a Microsoft Excel 97 version of this article, see 142591
The Microsoft Visual Basic for Applications sample macro in this article finds duplicate cell entries within a column, and changes the color of the cell containing the duplicate entry to red.
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For the macro to work correctly, make sure both of the following conditions have been met:
Sample Visual Basic Code
Article ID: 213355 - Last Review: November 23, 2006 - Revision: 3.6
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