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    If and Vlook Up for the NA

    Need help with the below formula.

    =IF(B2<>"",VLOOKUP(A2,Dell!A1:K546,11,FALSE),"")

    When B2 is blank, vlookup is gonna refer to sheet dell and give me reference values.
    I need to incorporate in the same formula, were for the NA from the previous vlookup, excel should do a vlookup to another sheet.

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    Re: If and Vlook Up for the NA

    Just add it onto the end of your formula in place of the ""......
    =IF(B2<>"",VLOOKUP(A2,Dell!A1:K546,11,FALSE), VLOOKUP(A2,your-other-reference,11,FALSE) )
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    Re: If and Vlook Up for the NA

    Try This, make some changes

    =IF(B2<>"",if(VLOOKUP(A2,Dell!A1:K546,11,FALSE)="NA",VLOOKUP(A2,Sheet2!A1:K546,11,FALSE),VLOOKUP(A2,Dell!A1:K546,11,FALSE))

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    Re: If and Vlook Up for the NA

    Thanks for the response. Request you to check the attachment.

    Column 2 and column 3 or different vlookups

    I am trying to eliminate 2 different columns and looking for a formula to combine it as one

    Thanks in advance
    Attached Files Attached Files

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    Re: If and Vlook Up for the NA

    Try this, copied down...
    =IFERROR(IFERROR(VLOOKUP(A2,Sheet2!$A$1:$B$546,2,),VLOOKUP(A2,Sheet3!$A$1:$B$59,2,)),"Not Found")

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    Re: If and Vlook Up for the NA

    that worked like a champ ...... thankzzzzzzzz a lottt FDibbins

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    Re: If and Vlook Up for the NA

    Happy to help

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