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How to create this formula for a conditional formatting

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Hy Guys, 

 

I need your help here please. 

 

I want to create a formula to select the frequencies that share only the last common character as indicated in the attached figure. As you can see, the last character is variable, that's why i can't use conditional formatting for a specific number at the end because i need the formula takes into account any character that may arise.

 

Thank in advance.

 

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3 Replies
best response confirmed by dpparner (Occasional Contributor)
Solution

@dpparner 

That could be

=SUM(--(RIGHT(D13)=RIGHT(D$13:D$17) ) ) > 1
It works, I really appreciate your effort, thank so much.

God bless you.