Delete duplicate rows

This example shows how to remove duplicate rows from a table. In the following table you can see two duplicate rows. It’s row number 2, 9, 10 and 3, 6.

Table with duplicates

Step 1

Select the table and go to the Advanced Filter menu. You find it on Data -> Filter -> Advanced (Excel 2003 and higher).

Advanced filter in Excel 2007

Step 2

Check Unique records only and press OK.

Advanced filter - unique records only

Result:Table without duplicates

Advanced filter hide duplicate rows (6, 9, 10).

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If you want to keep the original table, choose Copy to another location and in the field Copy to write  the address of the cell where to place a new table.

Note: In the Excel 2007 and lower must be a new table on the same sheet as the source table.

Advanced filter - copy to another location



New table without duplicates

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