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This article explains how to copy a sheet in Excel using various methods. Instructions apply to Excel 2023, Excel 2023, Excel 2013, Excel 2010, and Excel for Microsoft 365.How to Duplicate a Sheet in Excel by Dragging
The most simple and straightforward way to copy a sheet to another location within the workbook is to drag it.
Select the worksheet you want to duplicate.
Press and hold the Ctrl key.
Drag the selected tab and drop it where you want to create a copy.How to Duplicate a Sheet in Excel From the Worksheet Tab
How to Duplicate a Sheet in Excel From the Ribbon
The Format section of ribbon in Excel provides an additional way to duplicate a worksheet.How to Copy a Sheet in Excel to a Different Workbook
The methods used to copy a worksheet to another spot in the same workbook also apply when duplicating a sheet to another Excel file, although there are a few additional steps for each method.How to Copy a Sheet to a Different Workbook by Dragging
Both workbooks must be open and visible in order to copy a sheet from one Excel file to another. The easiest way to do this is to use Microsoft’s split screen options to make the workbooks appear side-by-side on the page.
Open the Excel file containing the worksheet you want to duplicate and the Excel file to which you want to copy the first sheet.
Select the worksheet you want to duplicate.
Press and hold the Ctrl key.
Drag the selected tab and drop it into the second Excel workbook.How to Copy a Sheet to a Different Workbook From the Worksheet Tab
Send a duplicate sheet to another workbook by making changes in the Move or Copy dialog box.
Select the target file under To Book.
To place a copy into a new workbook, select New Book.How to Copy a Sheet to a Different Workbook From the Ribbon
Create a duplicate sheet in another workbook by making changes in the Move or Copy dialog box from the Ribbon.
Open the worksheet you want to copy.
Select the target file under To Book.
To place a copy into a new workbook, select New Book.How to Copy Multiple Sheets at Once in Excel
Duplicating multiple sheets can be accomplished using any of the methods listed, including copying multiple sheets to a different workbook in Excel. The key is to select all of the worksheets you want to make copies of before you begin duplicating them elsewhere.
Select all of the sheets you want to copy.
To select adjacent sheets, select the first sheet tab, press and hold the Shift key, and select on the last tab.
To select non-adjacent sheets, select first sheet tab, press and hold the Ctrl key, and select each additional tab you want to duplicate.
To drag the duplicates to another location, select any of the highlighted tabs, press the Ctrl key and drag the tabs to the desired position.How to Move a Sheet in Excel
If you do not want to duplicate a worksheet in another location or another Excel file but would rather relocate an Excel worksheet, moving it is very similar to making a copy and you have several options.
Select the tab of the worksheet and simply drag it to the location to which you want to move it.
Select Format on the Home tab, select Move or Copy Sheet and then choose where you want to create duplicates of the worksheet.
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How To Identify Duplicates In Excel: Find, Highlight, Count, Filter, Etc.
The tutorial explains how to search for duplicates in Excel. You will learn a few formulas to identify duplicate values or find duplicate rows with or without first occurrences. You will also learn how to count instances of each duplicate record individually and find the total number of dupes in a column, how to filter out duplicates, and more.
And today, I’d like to share a few quick and effective methods to identify duplicates in a single list. These solutions work in all versions of Excel 365, Excel 2023, Excel 2023, Excel 2013 and lower.How to identify duplicates in Excel
The easiest way to detect duplicates in Excel is using the COUNTIF function. Depending on whether you want to find duplicate values with or without first occurrences, there’s going to be a slight variation in the formula as shown in the following examples.How to find duplicate records including 1st occurrences
Supposing you have a list of items in column A that you want to check for duplicates. These can be invoices, product Id’s, names or any other data.
Here’s a formula to find duplicates in Excel including first occurrences (where A2 is the topmost cell):
Input the above formula in B2, then select B2 and drag the fill handle to copy the formula down to other cells:
As you can see in the screenshot above, the formula returns TRUE for duplicate values and FALSE for unique values.
Note. If you need to find duplicates in a range of cells rather than in an entire column, remember to lock that range with the $ sign. For example, to search for duplicates in cells A2:A8, use this formula:
For a duplicate formula to return something more meaningful than the Boolean values of TRUE and FALSE, enclose it in the IF function and type any labels you want for duplicate and unique values:
In case, you want an Excel formula to find duplicates only, replace “Unique” with an empty string (“”) like this:
The formula will return “Duplicates” for duplicate records, and a blank cell for unique records:How to search for duplicates in Excel without 1st occurrences
In case you plan to filter or remove duplicates after finding them, using the above formula is not safe because it marks all identical records as duplicates. And if you want to keep the unique values in your list, then you cannot delete all duplicate records, you need to only delete the 2nd and all subsequent instances.
So, let’s modify our Excel duplicate formula by using absolute and relative cell references where appropriate:
As you can see in the following screenshot, this formula does not identity the first occurrence of “Apples” as duplicate:How to find case-sensitive duplicates in Excel
In situations when you need to identify exact duplicates including the text case, use this generic array formula (entered by pressing Ctrl + Shift + Enter):
IF( SUM(( –EXACT(range, uppermost _cell)))<=1, “”, “Duplicate”)
At the heart of the formula, you use the EXACT function to compare the target cell with each cell in the specified range exactly. The result of this operation is an array of TRUE (match) and FALSE (not match), which is coerced to an array of 1’s and 0’s by the unary operator (–). After that, the SUM function adds up the numbers, and if the sum is greater than 1, the IF function reports a “Duplicate”.
For our sample dataset, the formula goes as follows:
As shown in the screenshot below, it treats lowercase and uppercase as different characters (APPLES is not identified as a duplicate):How to find duplicate rows in Excel
If your aim is to dedupe a table consisting of several columns, then you need a formula that can check each column and identify only absolute duplicate rows, i.e. rows that have completely equal values in all columns.
Let’s consider the following example. Supposing, you have order numbers in column A, dates in column B, and ordered items in column C, and you want to find duplicate rows with the same order number, date and item. For this, we are going to create a duplicate formula based on the COUNTIFS function that allows checking multiple criteria at a time:
To search for duplicate rows with 1st occurrences, use this formula:
The following screenshot demonstrates that the formula really locates only the rows that have identical values in all 3 columns. For example, row 8 has the same order number and date as rows 2 and 5, but a different item in column C, and therefore it is not marked as duplicate row:
To show duplicate rows without 1st occurrences, make a little adjustment to the above formula:How to count duplicates in Excel
If you want to know the exact number of identical records in your Excel sheet, use one of the following formulas to count duplicates.Count instances of each duplicate record individually
When you have a column with duplicated values, you may often need to know how many duplicates are there for each of those values.
As demonstrated in the following screenshot, the formula counts the occurrences of each item: “Apples” occurs 3 times, “Green bananas” – 2 times, “Bananas” and “Oranges” only once.
If you want to identify 1st, 2nd, 3rd, etc. occurrences of each item, use the following formula:
In a similar manner, you can count the occurrences of duplicated rows. The only difference is that you will need to use the COUNTIFS function instead of COUNTIF. For example:
=COUNTIFS($A$2:$A$8, $A2, $B$2:$B$8, $B2)
Once the duplicate values are counted, you can hide unique values and only view duplicates, or vice versa. To do this, apply Excel’s auto-filter as demonstrated in the following example: How to filter out duplicates in Excel.Count the total number of duplicates in a column(s)
The easiest way to count duplicates in a column is to employ any of the formulas we used to identify duplicates in Excel (with or without first occurrences). And then you can count duplicate values by using the following COUNTIF formula:
Where “duplicate” is the label you used in the formula that locates duplicates.
In this example, our duplicate formula takes the following shape:
Because it’s an array formula, remember to press Ctrl + Shift + Enter to complete it. Also, please keep in mind that this formula counts all duplicate records, including first occurrences:
To find the total number of duplicate rows, embed the COUNTIFS function instead of COUNTIF in the above formula, and specify all of the columns you want to check for duplicates. For example, to count duplicate rows based on columns A and B, enter the following formula in your Excel sheet:
=ROWS($A$2:$A$8)-SUM(IF( COUNTIFS($A$2:$A$8,$A$2:$A$8, $B$2:$B$8,$B$2:$B$8)=1,1,0))How to filter duplicates in Excel
For easier data analysis, you may want to filter your data to only display duplicates. In other situations, you may need the opposite – hide duplicates and view unique records. Below you will find solutions for both scenarios.How to show and hide duplicates in Excel
Tip. To have filtering enabled automatically, convert your data to a fully-functional Excel table. Just select all data and press the
Ctrl + T
And now, you can sort duplicates by the key column to group them for easier analysis. In this example, we can sort duplicate rows by the Order number column:How to filter duplicates by their occurrences
If you want to show 2nd, 3rd, or Nth occurrences of duplicate values, use the formula to count duplicate instances we discussed earlier:
Then apply filtering to your table and select only the occurrence(s) you want to view. For example, you can filter the 2nd occurrences like in the following screenshot:
In a similar manner, you can show 2nd, 3rd and all subsequent duplicate occurrences. Just type the required number in the box next to “is greater than”.Highlight, select, clear, delete, copy or move duplicates
After you’ve filtered duplicates like demonstrated above, you have a variety of choices to deal with them.How to select duplicates in Excel
To select duplicate records without column headers, select the first (upper-left) cell, and press Ctrl + Shift + End to extend the selection to the last cell.
Tip. In most cases, the above shortcuts work fine and select filtered (visible) rows only. In some rare cases, mostly on very large workbooks, both visible and invisible cells may get selected. To fix this, use one of the above shortcuts first, and then press
Alt + ;
to select only visible cells, ignoring hidden rows.How to clear or remove duplicates in Excel How to highlight duplicates in Excel
Another way to highlight duplicates in Excel is using a built-in conditional formatting rule for duplicates, or creating a custom rule specially tailored for your sheet. Experienced Excel users won’t have any problem with creating such a rule based on the formulas we used to check duplicates in Excel. If you are not very comfortable with Excel formulas or rules yet, you will find the detailed steps in this tutorial: How to highlight duplicates in Excel.How to copy or move duplicates to another sheet
To copy duplicates, select them, press Ctrl + C, then open another sheet (a new or existing one), select the upper-left cell of the range where you want to copy the duplicates, and press Ctrl + V to paste them.
To move duplicates to another sheet, perform the same steps with the only difference that you press Ctrl + X (cut) instead of Ctrl + C (copy).
This is how you can identify duplicates in Excel using functions and built-in features. To better understand the formulas discussed in this tutorial, feel free to download Identify Duplicates Sample Workbook.Duplicate Remover – fast and efficient way to locate duplicates in Excel
Now that you know how to use duplicate formulas in Excel, let me demonstrate you another quick, efficient and formula-free way – Duplicate Remover for Excel.
This all-in-one tool can search for duplicate or unique values in a single column or compare two columns. It can find, select and highlight duplicate records or entire duplicate rows, remove found dupes, copy or move them to another sheet. I think an example of practical use is worth many words, so let’s get to it.How to find duplicate rows in Excel in 2 quick steps
To test the capabilities of our Duplicate Remover add-in, I’ve created a table with a few hundred rows that looks like follows:
As you see, the table has a few columns. The first 3 columns contain the most relevant information, so we are going to search for duplicate rows based solely on the data in columns A – C. To find duplicate records in these columns, just do the following:
The smart add-in will pick up the entire table and ask you to specify the following two things:
Select the columns to check for duplicates (in this example, these are the Order no., Order date and Item columns).
Choose an action to perform on duplicates. Because our purpose is to identify duplicate rows, I’ve selected the Add a status column
Apart from adding a status column, an array of other options are available to you:
Color (highlight) duplicates
Copy duplicates to a new worksheet
Move duplicates to a new worksheet
As you can see in the below screenshot, all of the rows that have identical values in the first 3 columns have been located (first occurrences are not identified as duplicates).
If you want more options to dedupe your worksheets, use the Duplicate Remover wizard that can find duplicates with or without first occurrences as well as unique values. The detailed steps follow below.Duplicate Remover wizard – more options to search for duplicates in Excel
Depending on a particular sheet you are working with, you may or may not want to treat the first instances of identical records as duplicates. One possible solution is using a different formula for each scenario, as we discussed in How to identify duplicates in Excel. If you are looking for a fast, accurate and formula-free method, try the Duplicate Remover wizard:
On the next step, you are presented with the 4 options to check duplicates in your Excel sheet:
Duplicates without 1st occurrences
Duplicates with 1st occurrences
Unique values and 1st duplicate occurrences
For this example, let’s go with the second option, i.e. Duplicates + 1st occurrences:
Now, select the columns where you want to check duplicates. Like in the previous example, we are selecting the first 3 columns:
Finally, choose an action you want to perform on duplicates. As is the case with the Dedupe Table tool, the Duplicate Remover wizard can identify, select, highlight, delete, copy or move duplicates.
It only takes a fraction of a second for the Duplicate Remover wizard to check hundreds of rows, and deliver the following result:
No formulas, no stress, no errors – always swift and impeccable results 🙂
Identify Duplicates – formula examples (.xlsx file) Ultimate Suite – trial version (.zip file)You may also be interested in
How To Unhide Sheets In Excel (All In One Go)
In case you prefer reading a tutorial over watching a video, below is a detailed written tutorial on unhiding sheets in Excel.
When you work with data that is spread across multiple worksheets in Excel, you may want to hide a few worksheets. This could be to avoid the clutter or to not show some data to your client/manager by hiding some worksheets and only keeping the useful ones visible.
And in some cases, you may have a workbook that has some hidden sheets and you want to unhide some or all of these worksheets.
In this tutorial, I will show you some methods to unhide worksheets in Excel (manually as well as automatically using VBA). I will also show you how to selectively unhide worksheets based on the name or a condition.
So let’s get started!Unhiding Sheets Manually
If you only have a few worksheets that are hidden, you can manually unhide some or all of these worksheets.
Suppose you have an Excel workbook that has 10 worksheets that are hidden.
Below are the steps to manually unhide worksheets (one at a time):
The above steps would unhide the select worksheet.
Note: Unfortunately, there is no in-built functionality in Excel to quickly unhide all the hidden worksheets (or a way to select more than one worksheet and unhide it). As of now, you need to use the unhide dialog box where you can only select one worksheet to unhide.
Unfortunately, there is no in-built functionality in Excel to quickly unhide all the hidden worksheets (or a way to select more than one worksheet and unhide it). As of now, you need to use the unhide dialog box where you can only select one worksheet to unhide.
While there is no-inbuilt functionality to unhide in bulk, you can easily do this with a simple VBA macro code.Unhide All Sheets At One Go
With VBA, you can easily unhide worksheets in bulk.
For example, if you have 10 hidden worksheets, you can create a simple VBA code to unhide all the worksheets or you can unhide based on a condition (such as unhide only those where there is a specific prefix or year in the name).
Note: The methods covered in this tutorial doesn’t require you to save an Excel workbook in a macro-enabled format (.XLSM) to use the VBA code.Using Immediate Window
VB Editor in Excel has an immediate window where you can type a line of code and instantly execute it right away.
Below are the steps to use this above line of code to unhide sheets through immediate window:
In the Immediate window, copy and paste the following line of code: For each Sheet in Thisworkbook.Sheets: Sheet.Visible=True: Next Sheet
Place the cursor at the end of the line
Hit the Enter key
The above steps would instantly unhide all the sheets in the workbook.
Once done, you can close the VB Editor.
The best part about this is that you can do this on any workbook. You don’t need to worry about saving the workbook in a macro-enabled format. Just execute a line of code and instantly unhide all the sheets in the workbook.
Let me also quickly explain the below VBA code that we have used in the immediate window to unhide sheets:For each Sheet in Thisworkbook.Sheets: Sheet.Visible=True: Next Sheet
The above code uses a For Next VBA loop to go through all the sheets in the workbook and set the visible property to TRUE. Once the visible property of all the sheets is changed, the code will end.
The colon (:) used in the code above is equivalent to a line break. While it looks like a single line of code, it has three parts to it which are separated by two colons.
If you’re interested in learning more about the immediate window and some awesome things you can do with it, here is a detailed tutorial about it.
In case you have to unhide worksheets quite often, another good way could be to have the macro code to unhide sheets in the Personal macro workbook and save the icon in the Quick Access Toolbar.
This is by far the most efficient way to unhide sheets in Excel (most useful when you get a lot of workbooks with hidden sheets and you have to unhide these).
The trick here is to save the code to unhide sheets in the Personal Macro Workbook.
Below is the code that you need to add to the Personal Macro Workbook:Sub UnhideAllSheets() For Each Sheet In Sheets Sheet.Visible = True Next Sheet End Sub
Below are the steps to add this code to the Personal Macro Workbook:
In the Record Macro dialog box, change the Store macro in setting to – Personal Macro Workbook.
Remove any existing code and copy and paste the above code.
Close the Vb Editor
The above steps allow you to make the Personal Macro Workbook visible in the VB Editor and place the code to unhide sheets in it.
Now all you need to do is add this code to the Quick Access Toolbar so that you can use it anytime from any workbook.
Below are the steps to add this code to the Quick Access Toolbar:
Select the macro code to unhide sheets
The above steps would add this macro code to unhide sheets in the Quick Access Toolbar.Unhide Sheets With Specific Text in the Name
With VBA, you can also unhide sheets based on the name.
For example, suppose you have a workbook that contains sheets with years in the name and you want to unhide all the ones where the year is 2023.
You can use the below code to unhide all the sheets with the text 2023 in it:Sub UnhideSheetsWithSpecificText() For Each ws In ThisWorkbook.Worksheets ws.Visible = xlSheetVisible End If Next ws End Sub
The above uses the For Next loop to go through each worksheet in the workbook. The IF Then condition then checks the name of the worksheet and if it contains the specified text (which is 2023 in this code), it will change the visible property to make it visible.
And if the name doesn’t contain the specified text, it will leave it as is.
You can also modify this code to hide sheets based on the text in the name.
For example, if you want to quickly hide all the worksheets where the name contains the text ‘2020’ in it, you can use the below code:Sub HideSheetsWithSpecificText() For Each ws In ThisWorkbook.Worksheets ws.Visible = xlHidden End If Next ws End Sub
Note: You can save this code in a regular module inside VB Editor or you can save this in the Personal Macro Workbook. In case you save it in a regular module and need to use it again later, you need to save the workbook as a macro-enabled workbook (.XLSM format).Unhide Selected Sheets (Based on User Selection)
You can also use VBA to give the user the flexibility to choose whether to unhide a sheet or not.
This can be done by showing a message box that asks the user to select whether to unhide a sheet or not. If selected, it unhides that sheet, else it moves to the next one.
Below is the code that will do this:Sub UnhideSheetsUserSelection() For Each sh In ThisWorkbook.Sheets Result = MsgBox("Do You Want to Unhide " & sh.Name, vbYesNo) If Result = vbYes Then sh.Visible = True End If Next sh End Sub
The above code goes through each sheet in the workbook and checks whether it’s already visible or not. If it’s hidden, then it shows the message box with the name of the worksheet.
As a user, you can now decide whether you want to keep this sheet hidden or unhide it.
This can work well if you have some worksheets that are hidden and you want to take a call for every sheet individually.
Note: You can save this code in a regular module inside VB Editor or you can save this in the Personal Macro Workbook. In case you save it in a regular module and need to use it again later, you need to save the workbook as a macro-enabled workbook (.XLSM format).
Here is a tutorial where I show how to save the code in the regular module in Excel (search for the ‘Where to put this code’ section in this article)Unhide All or Selected Sheets Using Custom View
This is a less known method in case you want to quickly unhide all the worksheets (or some selected worksheets).
For example, suppose you have an Excel workbook with 10 worksheets. You can create a view where all these 10 sheets are visible. In the future, if you have some sheets hidden and you want o go back to the view where all the sheets were visible, you can do that by selecting the already saved custom view.
Don’t worry, you don’t lose any changes you made after creating the custom view. All custom view does is takes you back to the Excel view when you created it. So if some worksheets were visible when you created the view and are now hidden, selecting that custom view would unhide these sheets.
The intended use of Custom View is to allow users to create different views. For example, if you’re an analyst, you can create different views for different departments in your organization. So you can have a specific set of worksheets (or cells/rows/columns) visible for one department and another set for another department. Once you have these views, instead of changing this manually, you simply activate the view for a department and it will show you worksheets (or rows/columns) relevant for them only.
Below are the steps to create a custom view in Excel:
Unhide all the worksheets to begin with
Enter any name for this view where all the sheets (or selected sheets) are visible
Once the view is created, you can anytime ask Excel to activate this view (which would make all those sheets visible that were visible when you created the view).
Below are the steps to show/activate a custom view:
In the Custom Views dialog box, select the view that you want to show
This would instantly unhide sheets and show those that were visible when you created that custom view.Unhiding Sheets that are ‘Very Hidden’
Sometimes, despite having some hidden sheets in your workbook, you would not be able to unhide it manually.
This could be because these sheets are not just hidden – these are ‘very hidden’.
You can still unhide these ‘very hidden’ sheets by using the VBA code that we have covered above.
Just copy-paste the below code in the immediate window and hit enter and it would instantly unhide all the sheets (hidden as well as very hidden).For each Sheet in Thisworkbook.Sheets: Sheet.Visible=True: Next Sheet
I also have a full tutorial on how to hide sheets and make these very hidden (in case you’re interested in learning)
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Removing Duplicates In Excel 2003
Removing Duplicates in Excel 2003
In Excel 2003 you can only remove duplicates from a list if an entire row of data is duplicated. In the diagram below we’ve highlighted the rows that Excel 2003 sees as duplicates:
The duplicate rows are shown here shaded in green.Using the Advanced Filter
To start removing duplicates:
Either select the whole list of data, or just select a single cell within the list.
Complete the dialog box as shown in the diagram below.
4. Choose whether to delete the duplicates from the original list (Filter the list in place) or copy the unique records to a new position (Copy to another location).
left with one copy of any duplicate rows in the list.
In Excel 2003 the duplicated data isn’t truly removed from the list, rather it is filtered out by hiding the rows containing duplicate values. If you look at the row numbers on the left hand side of the diagram above you’ll notice that number 7 and number 11 are missing.
Because the duplicates aren’t actually removed from the list, you can easily bring them back again. To do this:
Select the list or a single cell within the list.
You should find that you see all of the records again.
If you want to truly delete the duplicate values in Excel 2003, the easiest way to do it is to choose the option Copy to another location within the Advanced Filter dialog box. This will copy the unique values to a different set of cells. You can then delete the original list completely and then optionally copy the unique values back into the cells that were previously occupied by the original list.What’s Next?
Deleting duplicates from the list is rather awkward in Excel 2003. Read the next part of this blog to see how easy the process is in Excel 2007 and 2010, or visit our Excel training page.
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