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Searching Worksheets for related items and then highlighting matching row

By lucy_okia ·
I am writing a Macro in Excel that will compare two Worksheets within the same Workbook to find matching entries.

Step 1

Sheets("SheetName1").Select
Range("B2:B1926").Select
Selection.Copy
Sheets("SheetName2").Select

Step 2
Use the Selection from SheetName1 and Search SheetName2 for matching entries.
If found in any cell then
highlight the Row.

I need to somehow modifiy the code below to find and highlight all matching entries in SheetName2 in one run:

Cells.Find(What:=("???") After:=ActiveCell, LookIn:=xlFormulas, _
LookAt:=xlPart, SearchOrder:=xlByRows, SearchDirection:=xlNext, _
MatchCase:=False, SearchFormat:=False).Activate
Rows("???").Select
Selection.Interior.ColorIndex = 6

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Simpler way.

by dryflies In reply to Searching Worksheets for ...

Just use conditional formatting comparing the corresponding cells on sheet one and sheet two?

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Conditional formatting

by lucy_okia In reply to Simpler way.

Dryflies

I tried using Conditional formatting at first but received an error messaging along the lines that I cannot reference another worksheet as part of the condition.

This is way I thought it best to write a macro that can handle the workload.

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OK, let's do an end around on the system.

by dryflies In reply to Conditional formatting

create a column in the current worksheet indicating the type of formatting you want to use based on the values from the other worksheets. then use it to define the conditional formatting.

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