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Please find attached a excel worksheet which describes using COUNTIF function to avoid duplicate entries. This worksheet also uses the DATA VALIDATION option in Excel.
Note: Please enable MACROS while opening this worksheet.
Looking forward to your feedback,
Regards,
RAJA C S N,
Director,
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From India, Madras

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File Type: xls COUNTIF FUNCTION IN EXCEL.xls (40.5 KB, 1954 views)

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Dear Raja,
thanks for such a useful information. If we use MS Access and you put in a key, then this copy past option will not work and Access will not accept an entry with the same data ( to which key has been put up).
Swati

From India, Bangalore
here u go :idea:
From India, Thana

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File Type: xls count if.xls (16.5 KB, 720 views)

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