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    Hi

    Can someone help me with this. I am trying to get where if i select a contract, the table and graph is populated with the information based on just that contract and nothing else.

    It should update both charts together for the contract selected.

    I would appreciate if you can send it back to me so I can look at it.

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    Re: V-Lookup

    For the headcount:
    =VLOOKUP($B5,Headcount!$A$8:$FW$13,175+(COLUMNS($D$35:D35)-1),FALSE)
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    Re: V-Lookup

    For the graph, please confirm which columns you want plotted. Is it AB and AT??

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    So If i select the contract will that only display it for the results of that contract?

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    Re: V-Lookup

    would need the accident and miss rate

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    Re: V-Lookup

    I killed some of the merged cells near where you want the data. they're the work of satan and best avoided!! Does this do what you want?
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    the formula does not work. Would it needs to do is when the contract is selected from drop down list.. should automatically display results for that contract for headcount from the headcount spreadsheet

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    Yes it does thank you. I have another 5 charts that need to be done in a more complex way. Would you be able to provide support on that tomorrow if i send iit?

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    Re: V-Lookup

    That is (surely!!) what it is doing. Select the contract in the DD at the ghastly merged cell at B5 and both the headcount and the graph update.

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    Yes it does thank you. I have another 5 charts that need to be done in a more complex way. Would you be able to provide support on that tomorrow if i send it?

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