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That suggestion looks great, it seems to only manage 8 columns
(conditions), I will have to remember for smaller sheets.
The process at present I use on my data is to sort it in order so
duplicates always appear together. If you need the data back in original
order and don't have a column with a progression add an index column.
Then I tag rows in another column, say with IF(the row below is not the
Then I copy/paste the data to a new sheet (without formulae) and sort it
and delete non-tagged rows.
Then I re-sort back to original order.

Seems cumbersome but doesn't take long.

On 30/06/2020 06:40, Johnny Rosenberg wrote:
Here's one suggestion that I found:

Otherwise I guess you have to write a macro.

Kind regards

Johnny Rosenberg

Den mån 29 juni 2020 kl 19:20 skrev Dave Stevens <>:

There's a bug in the storage layout of some data I'm getting from an
archive that results in duplicate rows in Calc 6.4, adjacent in all the
cases I've seen. Is there a simple way to remove duplicates in this
case? Not all rows are duplicates but as high as 40%.


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