Looking for a quicker way of highlighting duplicates in a data range? Then look no further than the Highlight Duplicates conditional formatting option. Having duplicates in a data range can lead to disorganization and confusion in your data list. Follow the steps below as we explain how your data can be cleaned up by removing duplicates.
Â Applies To: Excel 2003, 2007 and 2010
- For this example; reference will be made to the screen shot below
2. Â Select the data range A2:A20
3. Â Select the Home Tab and as per screen shot below
4. Â Select OK
5. Â All the duplicates in the data rangeÂ will be highlighted as given below
6. Â Â The duplicate values can then be deleted
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