Finding and deleting duplicates.
The lines below are part of a macro I use in a rostering workbook to crosscheck two ranges of staff lists to detect and delete duplicate entries. This works fine, but as I crosscheck a number of other ranges as well, the macro is quite slow, I suspect that it may be possible to do this without going column by column but I am not skilled enough in VBA. I would appreciate your help
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Re: Is there a simpler/faster way to do this?
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