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As we all know, to compare if two cells are equal, we can use the formula A1=B1. But, if you want to check if multiple cells have the same value, this formula will not work. Today, I will talk about some formulas to compare if multiple cells are equal in Excel.
Supposing I have the following data range, now I need to know if the values in A1:D1 are equal, to solve this task, the following formulas will help you.
1. In a blank cell besides your data, please enter this formula: =AND(EXACT(A1:D1,A1)), (A1:D1 indicates the cells that you want to compare, and A1 is the first value in your data range)see screenshot:
2. Then press Ctrl + Shift + Enter keys together to get the result, if the cell values are equal, it will display TRUE, otherwise, it will display FALSE, see screenshot:
3. And select the cell then drag the fill handle to the range that you want to apply this formula, you will get the result as follows:
1. The above formula is case sensitive.
2. If you need to compare the values without case sensitive, you can apply this formula: =COUNTIF(A1:D1,A1)=4, (A1:D1 indicates the cells that you want to compare, A1 is the first value in your data range, and the number 4 refers to the number of cells that you want to check if), then press Enter key, and you will get the following result: