In a previous tip, we explained how you can easily remove duplicate rows from your data using the Remove Duplicates function.  You can find it here.  At times though, you may just want to highlight duplicate rows without actually deleting them.  In this tip, we show you how you can do this using an Excel formula. 1. First, you need to make sure that your data is sorted. Assuming it starts in cell A1 and has headings, select cell A2…