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Thread: Can I remove 100 characters that are duplicate and found in other cells?

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    This question has been cross-posted on at least one other forum. Our rules require you to post a link to cross-posts.

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    No worries. Yes, hope someone will pitch in. If not, I'll try to find the solution online. Thanks Logit.

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    Nobody is permitted to 'chip in' until you have complied with the forum rules, as requested. You just need to post a link to the thread on the other forum. Thank you for your co-operation.
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    Hey AliGW, sorry, I missed your request as it was on page 2. My apologies. Here's a link from another forum where I posted the same question:

    https://www.mrexcel.com/board/thread.../#post-5590464

    Let me know if it's okay now.

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    Thank you, however I have seen the request on another forum (Chandoo) - please provide links to ALL fora where you have asked this question.

    Please read this to understand why this rule exists here and elsewhere: https://www.excelguru.ca/content.php?184
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    Thank you for the links. You may now receive help.
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    Thanks AliGW

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