How does Excel delete duplicate data? When you make Excel tables, you often need to find duplicates and remove them. It's a lot of trouble to find it by hand. We can use conditional formatting to display duplicates in different colors, or we can use some formulas to find out duplicates, and then remove duplicates, so how does Excel delete duplicate data? The following small series for everyone to introduce, to see!
First, we double-click to open the Excel spreadsheet that needs to be edited as shown
After you open the spreadsheet that you want to edit, we click on the "Data" option on the menu bar as shown
After opening the data options, we click to select the content area that we need to edit as shown
After selecting the content area that you want to edit, we click the "Remove Duplicates" icon in the toolbar as shown
In the open Delete Duplicates Settings window, we check the columns that need to delete duplicate values according to our situation, and then click OK as shown
After completing the above steps, if the checked column does have duplicate content, then will be prompted to have deleted the number of duplicate values, we click "OK" to complete the Excel spreadsheet repeat the deletion step of the figure
The above is how Excel deletes the duplicate data method introduction, the operation is very simple, hoped can have the help to everybody!