|Since you say you have no programming skills I made a fairly user friendly program of it.|
set /P file1=File one:
set /P file2=File two:
set /P output=Output file:
fc %file1% %file2% /L > tmp.txt
find /v /off "*****" tmp.txt > tmp2.txt
find /v /off "%file1%" tmp2.txt > tmp3.txt
find /v /off "%file2%" tmp3.txt > tmp4.txt
for /F "skip=6" %%t in (tmp4.txt) do echo %%t >> %output%
echo Operation complete. Press any key to exit.
pause > nul
I know, it's not beautiful and it has some limitations but it works. Don't forget to add .txt or whatever after the file names (just in case you didn't know).