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Excel compare 2 worksheets - highlight differences

Discussion in 'Business Applications' started by chudok01, Apr 4, 2016.

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  1. chudok01

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    I have 2 worksheets. the main worksheet that I want to have the conditional formatting on has a connection to an Access database. I want to take this worksheet and have it compare to another worksheet in the same workbook. I am comparing cell to cell. Example - D5 on each page. But I have many cells to compare. I would like to have the highlights happen on the connected worksheet, but I am not sure if that is possible. There are 13 columns and 880 rows to conditional format

    I have created a 3rd worksheet that uses =ISNA(MATCH(Summary!E5,'Last Summary'!E5,0)) to get some true false results. but I still cannot seem to get it incorporate into the main connected worksheet.
     
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