At 12:10 14/11/2015 -0600, Jorge Rodríguez wrote:
I have two different matrix. One of them has a
list of item from a site of internet. The other
I made it. But both matrix are different but
each row sometime has a equal word between them
... that word is what I'm finding to match both row.
I fancy the problem needs to be better defined.
o Is the equal word the entire contents of each
cell or are you looking for substrings in common?
o What do you expect as the result? Just an
indication in each row of whether the cells are
identical? A separate list of row numbers that
satisfy the criterion? A separate list of words
that match? A separate list of unique words that match?
Try =A1=B1 in C1 and fill down. Or =IF(A1=B1;"Snap!";"").
I used Vlookup but it doesn't work for me.
You would use VLOOKUP() if you wanted to search
all the rows of one column for a match for each
cell in the other - which is not what you appear to want here.
I trust this helps.
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