How to compare two Excel files for differences

In this tutorial, you will learn a variety of methods to compare Excel files and identify differences between them. See how to open two Excel windows side by side, how to use Excel formulas to create a difference report, highlight differences with conditional formatting, and more.

When you have two similar Excel workbooks, or better say two versions of the same workbook, what's the first thing you usually want to do with them? Right, compare those files for differences, and then probably merge them into a single file. In addition, workbook comparison can help you spot potential problems like broken links, duplicate records, inconsistent formulas or wrong formatting.

So, let's have a closer look at various methods to compare two Excel sheets or entire workbooks and identify differences between them.

How to compare two Excel files by viewing them side by side

If you have relatively small workbooks and a sharp eye for detail, this quick and easy way to compare Excel files might work well for you. I am talking about View Side by Side mode that lets you arrange two Excel windows side by side. You can use this method to visually compare two workbooks or two sheets in the same workbook.

Compare 2 Excel workbooks

Let's say you have sales reports for two months and you want to view both of them simultaneously to understand which products performed better this month and which did better last month.

To open two Excel files side by side, do the following:

  1. Open the workbooks you want to compare.
  2. Go to the View tab, Window group, and click the View Side by Side That's it!

To view two Excel files simultaneously, click the View Side by Side button.

By default, two separate Excel windows are displayed horizontally.

To split Excel windows vertically, click Arrange All button and select Vertical:
Arrange two Excel windows vertically.

As the result, two separate Excel windows will be arranged side by side, like in the below screenshot.

If you want to scroll through both worksheets simultaneously to compare data row-by-row, make sure the Synchronous Scrolling option it turned on. This option resides on the View tab, in the Window group, right under the View Side by Side button, and is usually turned on automatically as soon as you activate View Side by Side mode.
Scroll through both worksheets simultaneously to compare data row-by-row.

For more information about using this Excel feature, please see View Excel workbooks side by side.

Arrange multiple Excel windows side by side

To view more than 2 Excel files at a time, open all the workbooks you want to compare, and click the View Side by Side button. The Compare Side by Side dialog box will appear, and you select the files to be displayed together with the active workbook.
Arrange multiple Excel windows side by side.

To view all open Excel files at a time, click the Arrange All button on the View tab, in the Window group, and choose your preferred arrangement: tiled, horizontal, vertical or cascade.

Compare two sheets in same workbook

Sometimes, 2 sheets that you want to compare reside in the same workbook. To view them side by side, perform the following steps.

  1. Open your Excel file, go to the View tab > Window group, and click the New Window
    Compare two sheets in same workbook.
  2. This will open the same Excel file in a different window.
  3. Enable View Side by Side mode by clicking the corresponding button on the ribbon.
  4. Select sheet 1 in the first window and sheet 2 in the second window.

How to compare two Excel sheets for differences in values

It is the simplest way to compare data in Excel that lets you identify cells with different values. As the result, you will have a difference report in a new worksheet.

To compare two Excel worksheets for differences, just open a new empty sheet, enter the following formula in cell A1, and then copy it down and to the right:

=IF(Sheet1!A1<> Sheet2!A1, "Sheet1:"&Sheet1!A1&" vs Sheet2:"&Sheet2!A1, "")

The result will look similar to this:
Comparing two Excel sheets for differences in values

As you can see in the above screenshot, the formula compares 2 sheets, identifies cells with deferent values and displays the differences in corresponding cells. Please note that in the difference report, dates (cell C4) are presented by serial numbers as they are stored in the internal Excel system, which is not very convenient for analyzing differences between them.

Highlight differences between 2 sheets with conditional formatting

To highlight cells that have different values in two sheets with the color of your choosing, use the Excel conditional formatting feature:

  • In the worksheet where you want to highlight differences, select all used cells. For this, click the upper left cell of the used range, usually A1, and press Ctrl + Shift + End to extend the selection to the last used cell.
  • On the Home tab, in the Styles group, click Conditional Formatting > New rule, and create a rule with the following formula:


    Where Sheet2 is the name of the other sheet you are comparing.

As the result, the cells with different values will get highlighted with the selected color:
Create a conditional formatting rule to highlight differences between 2 sheets.

If you are not very familiar with Excel conditional formatting, you can find the detailed steps to create a rule in the following tutorial: Excel conditional formatting based on another cell value.

As you see, it's very easy to compare two Excel sheets by using formulas or conditional formats. However, these methods are not well suited for all-round comparison because of the following limitations:

  • They find differences only in values, but cannot compare formulas or cell formatting.
  • They cannot identify added or deleted rows and columns. As soon as you add or delete a row / column in one sheet, all subsequent rows / columns will be marked as differences.
  • They work on a sheet level, but cannot detect workbook-level structural differences such as sheet additions and deletions.

Compare and merge copies of a shared workbook

When it comes to merging different versions of the same Excel file, the Compare and Merge feature comes in handy. It is especially useful when several users collaborate on the same Excel workbook because it lets you view the changes and comments of all users at a time. To leverage this feature, be sure to do the following preparations:

  • Share your Excel workbook before you make it available to other users.

    To share a workbook, just click the Share Workbook button on the Review tab, in the Changes group, select the Allow Changes by More Than One User… box, and click OK. Allow Excel to save the workbook if prompted. Turning on the Track Changes feature shares the workbook automatically.

  • Each person who makes any edits to the shared workbook must save a copy (.xls or xlsx file) using a unique file name.

Now that all initial preparations are done properly, you are ready to combine the copies of a shared workbook.

1. Enable the Compare and Merge Workbooks feature in your Excel

Although, the Compare and Merge Workbooks feature is available in all versions of Excel 2016, Excel 2013, Excel 2010 and lower, this command is not displayed anywhere in Excel by default. To add it to the Quick Access toolbar, perform the following steps:

  • Open the Quick Access drop down menu and select More Commands.
  • In the Excel Options dialog box, select All Commands under Choose commands from.
  • In the list of commands, scroll down to Compare and Merge Workbooks, select it and click the Add button to move it to the right-hand section.
  • Click OK.

Add the Compare and Merge Workbooks feature to the Quick Access toolbar.

2. Compare and merge workbooks

When all of the users have finished working with your shared Excel workbook, you can merge all the copies into one file.

  • Open the primary version the shared workbook.
  • Click the Compare and Merge Workbooks command on the Quick Access toolbar.
    Click the Compare and Merge Workbooks command on the Quick Access toolbar
  • In the dialog box that appears, select a copy of the shared workbook that you want to merge. To select several copies, hold the Shift key while clicking the file names, and then click OK.
    Select a copy of the shared workbook that you want to merge.

Done! The changes from each copy are merged into a single workbook.

3. Review the changes

To see all the edits by different users at a glance, just do the following:

  • Switch to the Review tab > Changes group, and click Track Changes > Highlight Changes.
  • In the Highlight Changes dialog, select All in the When box, Everyone in the Who box, clear the Where box, select the Highlight changes on screen box, and click OK.

Highlight changes by different users

To point out the row and columns with differences, Excel highlights the column letters and row numbers in a dark red color. At the cell level, edits from different users are marked with different colors. To see who made a specific change, just hover over the cell.
Edits from different users are marked with different colors.

Note. If the Compare and Merge Workbooks command is greyed out in your Excel, most likely you are trying to combine different Excel files. Please remember, the Compare and Merge Workbooks feature allows merging only copies of the same shared workbook.

Third-party tools to compare Excel files

As you have just seen, Microsoft Excel provides a handful of features to compare data in two or more workbooks. But none of the built-in options is sufficient to comprehensively compare Excel sheets, let alone entire workbooks, spotting all the differences in values, formulas or formatting.

So, if you need advanced and really efficient means to compare two Excel files, then most likely you would have to use one of the third-party tools specially designed for comparing, updating and merging Excel sheets and workbooks. Below you will find a quick overview of a few tools that, in my opinion, are best performers in this area.

Synkronizer Excel Compare: 3-in-1 tool to compare, merge and update Excel files

The Synkronizer Excel Compare add-in can quickly compare, merge and update two Excel files saving you the trouble of searching for differences manually.

If you are looking for a quick and reliable method to compare two Excel sheets or workbooks, you will certainly find helpful the following features of Synkronizer Excel Compare:

  • Identifying the differences between two Excel sheets.
  • Combining multiple Excel files into a single version without producing unwanted duplicates.
  • Highlighting the differences in both sheets.
  • Showing only the differences that are relevant to your task.
  • Merging and updating the sheets.
  • Presenting detailed and easy to read difference reports.

To get some basic idea about Synkronizer Excel Compare's capabilities and performance, let's carry out a couple of field tests.

Compare two Excel files for differences

Supposing you are organizing some event and, in your Excel table, you gather information about the participants such as a participant name, arrival date, number of seats and other details. Also, you have a couple of managers in direct contact with participants and the database, and as a result, you have 2 versions of the same Excel file.

Okay, let's see how efficiently Synkronizer can compare our two sheets and identify differences between them.

To run Synkronizer Excel Compare, go to the Add-ins tab, and click the Synchronizer 11 icon.
Run the Synkronizer Excel Compare add-in.

The Synkronizer pane will show up in the left part of your Excel window, where you perform 5 quick steps:

  1. Select 2 workbooks to compare:
    Select 2 workbooks to compare.
  2. Select sheets to compare.

    If the selected workbooks have any sheets with the same names, all those sheets will be matched and automatically selected for comparison (like Participants sheets in the below screenshot).

    Also, you can manually select worksheets you want to compare, or instruct the add-in to match sheets by other criteria, for example by worksheet type - all, protected, or hidden.

    Select the sheets to compare.

    Once you've selected the sheets, the Synkronizer add-in will open them side by side, arranged vertically or horizontally, like in Excel's View Side by Side mode.

  3. Select one of the following comparison options:
    • Compare as normal worksheets - the default option that works in most cases.
    • Compare with link options - if the selected sheets do not contain any new or deleted rows and columns, you can compare them "1 on 1".
    • Compare as database - recommended for comparing sheets that have a database structure.
    • Compare selected ranges - if you do not want to compare the entire sheets, define the ranges to be compared.
  4. Choose the content types to be compared (optional).

    On the Select tab, in the Compare group, you can choose the content type(s) relevant to your current task:

    Select the content type(s) you want to compare.

    • Under Content, you can select comments and names (in addition to cell values, formulas and calculated values that are compared by default).
    • Under Formats, you choose what cell formats such as alignment, fill, font, border etc.
    • The Filters option lets you filter out differences that you don't want to display. For example, you can ignore case, leading or trailing spaces, all formulas or different formulas with the same result, hidden rows or column, and more.
  5. Finally, click the big red Start button on the ribbon and proceed to examining the results.

Visualizing and analyzing the differences

Usually it takes Synkronizer only a few seconds to compare 2 sheets and present a brief summary report and detailed difference report on the Results tab.

In a summary report, you can see all difference types at a glance: changes in columns, rows, cells, comments, formats, and names.

To view the detailed difference report, just click a specific difference type on the summary report.

The following screenshot shows the summary report (in the upper part of the Results pane), and cell difference report (in the lower part of the pane) that were created for our sample sheets:
A brief summary report and detailed difference report are created.

As soon as you click on a difference, you will immediately be taken to the corresponding cells on both sheets you are comparing (the below screenshot shows just one sheet because there's enough room on this page to show both :)
As soon as you click on a difference, you will jump to the corresponding cells on both sheets.

In addition, you can create a difference repot in a separate workbook, either standard or hyperlinked, and jump to a specific difference with a mouse click:
A detailed difference repot in a separate workbook

Compare all sheets in two workbooks at a time

If the two Excel files you are comparing contain multiple sheets, all matching worksheet pairs will be presented in the summary report for your perusal:
Compare all sheets in two workbooks at a time

Highlighting differences between sheets

By default, the Synkronizer Excel Compare add-in highlights all found differences, like in the following screenshot:

  • Yellow - differences in cell values
  • Lilac - differences in cell formats
  • Green - inserted rows

Highlighting differences between sheets

To highlight only the relevant differences, click the Outline button on the Results tab, and select the required options:
Highlight only the relevant differences.

Update and merge sheets

The merge function is definitely one of the most useful functions of the Synkronizer Excel Compare add-in. It lets you transfer values from sheet 1 to sheet 2 and vice versa. You can merge individual cells values or move different columns/rows from the source to target sheet, and have your primary sheet updated in seconds.

To update one or more differences, select them on the Synkronizer's pane and click one of the 4 update buttons - the first and last buttons update all differences, while the 2nd and 3rd buttons update selected differences only (the button arrows indicate the transfer direction):
Update and merge sheets.

Well, these are the key features of the Synkronizer add-in, but there is certainly much more to it. If you are curious to give it a shot, here's a trial version.

In my opinion, Synkronizer is one of the best tools to compare files in Excel, but it's not the only option available to you. A handful of other comparison tools exist, which basically provide the same set of features in different implementations.

xlCompare: compare and merge workbooks, sheets and VBA projects

Using the xlCompare utility, you can compare two Excel files, worksheets, names and VBA Projects. It identifies added, deleted and changed data and allows you to quickly merge differences. In addition, it provides the following options:

  • Find duplicate records between two worksheets and remove them.
  • Update all existing records in one sheet with values from another sheet.
  • Add unique (new) rows and columns from one sheet to another.
  • Merge all updated records from one workbook to another.
  • Sort data on the sheets by the key column.
  • Filter the comparison results to display differences or identical records.
  • Highlight comparison results with colors.

Florencesoft DiffEngineX: compare Excel workbooks for differences

DiffEngineX is another utility that can help you identify differences between cell values, formulas, comments, Excel names, and VBA code. It can compare two Excel workbooks or selected sheets.

DiffEngineX works with xls, xlsx, xlsm and xlsb files, and supports Excel 2013, Excel 2010, Excel 2007 and Excel 2003.

Change pro for Excel: compare Excel sheets on desktop and mobile devices

With Change pro for Excel, you can compare two sheets in desktop Excel as well as on mobile devices with optional server-based comparison. The key features of this tool are:

  • Find differences between 2 sheets in formulas and values.
  • Identify layout changes, including added / deleted rows and columns.
  • Recognize embedded objects such as charts, graphs and images.
  • Create and print difference reports of formula, value and layout differences.
  • Filter, sort, and search the difference report on key changes.
  • Compare files directly from Outlook or document management systems.
  • Support for all languages, including multi-byte.

Online services to compare Excel files

Apart from desktop tools and utilities, there exist a number of online services that let you quickly compare two Excel sheets for differences without installing any software on your computer. Probably it's not the best solution in terms of security, but if your Excel files do not contain any sensitive information why not use some free online service for immediate results?

For example, you can try XLComparator or CloudyExcel, or find some other similar services on the net. This is how the CloudyExcel service looks like:
Online service to compare Excel files

You just upload the two Excel workbooks you want to compare, and click the Find Difference button at the bottom of the screen. In a moment, the differences in two active sheets will get highlighted with different colors:
The differences in two active sheets are highlighted with different colors.

Well, this is how you can compare Excel files for differences. If none of the solutions described in this tutorial is suitable for your task, check out the following resources that cover other aspects of Excel file comparison. And if you know any other ways to compare two Excel files, your comments will be greatly appreciated. I thank you for reading and hope to see you on our blog next week!

Other ways to compare and merge data in Excel

53 Responses to "How to compare two Excel files for differences"

  1. Jaime Lechuga says:

    Excellent tips for excel beginners like me. Thanks for sharing your knowledge...

  2. Muthu Raj says:

    how to avoid circular reference

  3. Brian Myers says:

    Thank you for making great content! I've tried "How to compare two Excel sheets for differences in values" and "Highlight differences between 2 sheets with conditional formatting." My issue is the source file row counts grow over time which means as new rows are inserted alphabetically, Conditional Formatting thinks there's a change to report. Is there a way to compare row by row and only report on those changes? My brain envisions a complicated 'match if' to isolate changes versus the same row data that just happened to get moved down a couple rows.

  4. Exotic Hadron says:

    Hi, Svetlana!

    Could you please advise on what to do when Compare and Merge and Workbooks button appears inactive on the ribbon?

    I've added the Compare and Merge Workbooks command to a custom group on the Review ribbon. However, the added command is grayed-out.

    Any clues?

    Thank you.

    • Hi!

      In most cases, the Compare and Merge and Workbooks button is grayed out when you are trying to combine different Excel files. Please remember, this feature allows merging only copies of the same shared workbook.

      So, if you want to use Compare and Merge and Workbooks option, share your workbook before making any changes to it (click the Share Workbook button on the Review tab, and select the 'Allow Changes by More Than One User' box). After that different users can edit your shared workbook, and save a copy using a unique file name.

  5. gud says:

    It's very useful to me

  6. avi says:

    how to compare two excel sheets and put result in one of the excel sheet

  7. Piotr says:

    Thanks for a very insightful post Svetlana. It might be also worth to add that one can compare Excel spreadsheets using sql queries as well.

  8. Manuel says:

    I have tried the "Highlight differences between 2 sheets with conditional formatting", but when I click on the OK button of the "New Formatting Rule" screen, I get an error message saying "You cannot references to other worksheets or workbooks for Conditional Formatting criteria.". I am using Excel 2007. Can you help me out?
    Best regards,

  9. Hassan says:

    Very Useful!

    Excellent, quality content!

  10. Rohit Gupta says:

    This is a great content. Increased the productivity.

  11. Irv says:


    I want to compare two excel worksheets to isolate all email addresses that are on one file, but are not on the other. 24,600 on sheet 1, 19,100 on sheet 2: which are missing on sheet 2?

    thanks for your help,


    • Hi Irv,

      You can use Duplicate Remover for this task:

      Here are the steps to follow:
      - Open the sheet with 24,600 emails and run "Compare Two Tables" tool under Ablebits Data tab. It should pick the range with all your records, click Next;
      - Select the sheet with 19,100 emails as the second table and click Next;
      - Choose to find "Unique values" and click Next;
      - Select the key columns with the email addresses for comparison, click Next;
      - Choose what you want to do with the found records: highlight the found records with color, select them, or mark them in a status column and click Finish.
      I hope this helps.

  12. tan ke jun says:

    hi,how to match the info in different sheet in different column?for example i want to test whether if the info in sheet 1 also appear in sheet 2 but in different cloumn and row.

  13. ajit says:

    THanks for the sharing the tips...really no words to type here to appreciate your provided solution. It was really useful for me where I was not having the textpad to compare the files.

  14. ashok says:


    i have 2 excel files.
    i want to see what are the common values /matching values in both the files

    kindly help me.
    thanks in advance

  15. Sharlah says:

    This is exactly the information I was looking for! Options were presented, they were each explained clearly, and it worked perfectly.
    Thank you so much!!

  16. Ram says:

    i have the data like name of items, price, date in one sheet. And another sheet i have data like name of items, sale on date. I need to know what is the exact price on sale date with related name of items?
    which function is suitable to find the price?

  17. preethi says:


    I tried comparing files with formulas but i get a message saying formula is incorrect

    can you say me what do you mean by copy it down and to the right

    • Hi Preethi,

      Please make sure you enter the names of the sheets you are comparing. To copy the formula, point to the lower-right corner of the cell with the formula until you see a black plus sign, click on it and drag it to the right and down to fill all cells that you want to use for comparison. You will see that the formula changes in each cell to reflect the corresponding reference, e.g. in A1 you will see
      =IF(Sheet1!A1<> Sheet2!A1, "Sheet1:"&Sheet1!A1&" vs Sheet2:"&Sheet2!A1, "")
      in A2 it will change to
      =IF(Sheet1!A2<> Sheet2!A2, "Sheet1:"&Sheet1!A2&" vs Sheet2:"&Sheet2!A2, "")

      Thus if values differ in the compared cells, the formula will display the change.

  18. ben says:

    hi i have very little know how using excel.can someone assist me with A TEMPLATE that can compares two or more sheets and copy the like data to onother sheet.regards ben.


  19. Mark says:

    Very helpful. This made it very easy to compare 2 spreadsheets that were allegedly the same but had different time stamps. This resolved all differences quickly.

  20. Steve Reed says:

    Hi, I have a parts list that is produced on a set format spreadsheet and a second spreadsheet that is used for showing other data but contains the same part numbers not in the same order. Is there a way to search the two DIFFERENT formats of spreadsheets showing part numbers that have changed, (In one but not the other).

  21. Rob says:


    I'm trying to validate migrated data between two sheets both containing the same number of headings. The rows containing the data however could be missing lines between the source sheet and the target sheet so how to I set a formula to look over a wide range of cells? The examples above have been between the same two cells on each sheet but I need to check the cell on one sheet against a number of cells on another sheet.


  22. Daniel says:

    I have a app in excel that contain 20 different sheets... some of one are menus to navigate thought the workbook.... The principal WB its a shared WB an there are 8 copies of the WB with different names in the same folder. The folder contain only the original an copies of the app wb. I need a code in vba to compare and merge the different workbooks that contain the folder with the open copy in automatic way, without the specific user have to select the other copies to compare an merge. In this moment I don't have a previous code to show you.

    Can you Help me?

  23. Jennifer says:

    How about "side by side" for MacIntosh?

  24. david says:

    I tried the conditional formatting technique, however Excel generates an error saying that referencing different worksheets is not allowed with conditional formatting formulas.

  25. TanuM says:

    I have tried "Highlight differences between 2 sheets with conditional formatting", it worked but the data in two sheets that I have used are not in same order. For example one sheet in alphabetical order by name and other by IDs.
    How to compare two sheets when the data is not in same order?

  26. Fadia says:

    amazing thank you so much you really save my life

  27. Flodo says:

    Microsoft has now a very comprehensive tool for comparing two Excel spreadsheets for differences. Home-grown solutions are not required. Upgrade to Office 365 ProPlus.

  28. MASOOD says:

    excellent support and guideline

  29. Samson .S says:

    really useful......thanks

  30. Brenda says:

    I am trying to compare data from two workbooks. looking up Book1 column C and E to Book2 column L and B then matching those columns within the same row to what is in Book2 column N?

  31. Sathya says:


    I would like to compare two excel files , which has many sheets within and merge it in the base file. These are not shared workbook but people have modified and saved it in different name. It would be of great help, if you could help out on this.


  32. shiva says:

    Hi ,

    I am sending files which has different cell values , i want Highlight the cell which has got new value .

    i mean to say , cell color should change if any one changes that cell value .

    Thank & regards

  33. Yaling says:

    it's really useful .

  34. jyotish says:

    How to compare two excel file with different cell addresses ? Will above mention solution work if the cell address of two excel sheet are different?
    Please help

  35. Sharath says:

    Thank you for the useful tips

  36. Amit says:

    This is a useful information. Sometimes i have to compare two unsorted large files with many columns(say 100 columns) and it will be difficult for me to sort both the files before comparing it. (i use custom sort but it takes lot of my time and effort). So do you have better and efficient solution for this problem which can easy my task.


  37. Phil says:

    I needed to compare two sheets and spent about 30 min writing code in Stata to do it. Then, even though I knew there were no differences, I decided there must be an easier way and found your tutorial. It took about 1 minute using conditional formatting. I never would have thought to look for that. Thank you!

  38. Rahul Vidhate says:

    Thx :)

  39. YossiD says:

    For small worksheets, rather than side-by-side comparison, I open both files and display them full page. Then I switch back and forth between them using Ctrl-F6, and differences are easy to see as they literally "jump out." Make sure column sizes are the same.

  40. Anthony says:

    HI, I'm trying to compare two sheets to match date and time data. So I have one sheet with phone response times and another with TV advert times and I want to match up the phone response with the TV adverts that went out within 8 minutes of that advert. Do you know what sum I should use? Thanks!

  41. Soori says:

    Hi Svetlana - I have a task to to check for 'new' or 'updates' from the last week's data, and the data is huge, mostly the updates are change in dates, or some minor details. new updates/new info comes in a different workbook each, can you suggest me a quick solution to compare and identify the data between old massive listing and the new short listing of 'new and updated info'? can I amend your above formula to compare between two diff workbooks than sheets?
    Thanks so much in advance.

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