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Accounting reconciliation - need formula for matching unique identifiers

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    Accounting reconciliation - need formula for matching unique identifiers

    Looking for a formula that will, within 1 or multiple spreadsheets, allow for 2 sets of data with common number to be matched line to line.

    Customer has pay data, dates, and company's unique code for each record. Would like to match my data using the unique code to identify records with a match or lack thereof.

    Thank you!

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    Re: Accounting reconciliation - need formula for matching unique identifiers

    VLOOKUP. If you need more information, please provide more.
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    Re: Accounting reconciliation - need formula for matching unique identifiers

    can you expand on the formula

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    Re: Accounting reconciliation - need formula for matching unique identifiers

    Elizsch, welcome to the forum

    This thread is over 6 years old, I dount anyone is still following it

    Plus, Unfortunately your post does not comply with Rule 2 of our Forum RULES. Do not post a question in the thread of another member -- start your own thread.

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