Oct 01 2021 05:02 PM
Oct 02 2021 04:00 AM
It depends on which version of Excel you are, how your data is organized and in which form you'd like to see the result.
That could be helper COUNTIF() column with filtering on it, could be dynamic arrays formulae, could be conditional formatting, could be Power Query, whatever.
Oct 02 2021 06:59 AM
Oct 02 2021 10:28 PM
@pbexpresss Hi. Assuming Excel 365, this is a way
XMATCH looks for all names among those reported.
ISERROR becomes true if they are not in the list of reported hours
FILTER shows all names that have not reported
Change G2:G6 to range in your workbook with all names.
Using the function LET makes it easier to read and test the different parts.
Last line is what the cell outputs and changing "output" to eg haveReport shows that part of the calculation.
I prefer to have the definitions indented.
Oct 07 2021 05:03 PM
@bosinander The combination of functions worked perfectly. I created a file that maintains my master employee list. When I retrieve the file summarizing my employees' daily report submissions, the macro I created uses your suggestions to compare the list from one file with the other file. Then it gives me a list of employees who did not work that day at the bottom of the daily report submission report.