IntroductionGeneral QuestionsWhere to find Customer Service AreaHow xlCompare saves workbooks?I want to get previous version of my fileBrowse contents of the VBA ProjectWhat Filter icon meansCompare WorksheetsComparison OptionsColormarks on the scrollbarsCompare VBA ProjectsCompare 2 Visual Basic ModulesMerge multiple lines in the VBA modulesCompare protected Visual Basic Projects
What means colormarks on the scrollbars?
To simplify visual representation of the differences and give you a way for easy navigation, xlCompare reflects all the differences on the scrollbars.
Look into this example:
On the image above you see vertical scrolbar of the right pane - where the data considered as new.
- Green mark - means on this place we have data which has been added to the worksheet
- Orange mark - means on this place data was changed
Also, you may get Red mark on the left scrollbars (vertical and horizontal). This means - in this place data was deleted.
Just scroll down to the part of the worksheet you need and review the difference.