I created a long Excel document with about ten thousand rows of items, comparing two different sets of data. Between two columns with the two sources of data I was comparing I created a column with a formula that said "Same" if the numbers were the same, or displayed the difference if the numbers weren't the same. Now, one of those two data sources has been updated. Instead of both sets having the same number of items (about 10,000), the updated one totals to about 10,500. Is there any kind of code or script that can check one column's cell against another cell in that row, and if the numbers are the same, leave them there, but if they're not, shift it down until it matches? This is a difficult task since a few of the extra five hundred items don't have a matching number in the second data column. For example, one row might have item number 2060 in both columns, but with the updated data, the first column now has numbers 2061 and 2062 while the second column goes right to 2070. If I can clarify anything, please let me know!