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    Identifying the newly inserted datas

    Sir, i have 2excel spread sheets, in sheet 1 there is last month updated data rows available,
    in sheet2 there is some new data and also some sheet1 datas available.
    here i need to locate new data rows how will i identify after copy and paste sheet2 to sheet 1 ?
    i have 3lakhs rows, i am sending sample file
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    Re: Identifying the newly inserted datas

    @Maddy.

    You can consolidate the sheets using power query option as your MS version shows that you are using 2016.

    Have a look at this link where author has described how it works.

    https://www.myexcelonline.com/blog/c...g-power-query/
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    Re: Identifying the newly inserted datas

    Power query is not available here. how to find out ?
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    Re: Identifying the newly inserted datas

    If my understanding of the question and the data is correct then this may help.
    Paste the following formula into cell AD2 on sheet 2 then double click the fill handle to copy down:
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