Click Find & Select, then Find on the Home tab, in the Editing group. Enter the text—or numbers—that you're looking for in the Find what box. Alternatively, use the Find what drop-down box to select a recent search. Note that wildcard characters might be included in your search criteria.
Then press Ctrl+F and type your search terms. If a commonly performed activity lacks a shortcut key, you can record a macro to create one.
To see if the values in column A are also present in column B, use the MATCH() function. The position of a cell in a row or column is returned by MATCH(). =MATCH(lookup value, lookup array, [match type]) is the syntax for the MATCH() function. You can look up a value horizontally or vertically using MATCH.
The REPLACE function in Excel replaces characters in a text string with characters from another text string. =REPLACE("XYZ123",4,3,"456"), for example, returns "XYZ456." Replace text according to its position. The modified text. (old text, start num, num chars, new text) =REPLACE
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