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Pretty good Rated 4 out of 5 stars
For you people getting duplicates:
Open up Microsoft Excel.
Paste your entire list into Column A.
Sort the entire column alphabetically (A > Z). This is very important.
Click on and highlight Column B.
With Column B highlighted (press the gray B button above the column to highlight the entire column), enter the following into the “formula” box in Excel.
After the formula is filled in, and with the entire Column B still selected, go to the menu in Excel, and choose: Edit > Fill > Down.
This will fill Column B with a new, updated list, with all duplicates removed.
Now, you’ll want to copy that column into a new spreadsheet. “Copy & Paste” won’t work…
Select Column B, and choose Edit > Copy.
Create a new spreadsheet, and select Edit > Paste Special > “Values”.
Now you should have the final, updated list. You can sort it now, and remove blank lines.