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    Index/Match or Vlookup

    I would like a formula that will pull the Loft Prices on each sheet. In the example workbook 'Sheet1' is where I will be pulling the information. In cell A3 I would like to be able to put the name of the sheet and then in B3 the formula will pull the Loft Price for that sheet.
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    Re: Index/Match or Vlookup

    Try

    =VLOOKUP($B$2,INDIRECT("'"&A3&"'!A:B"),2,FALSE)

    Note, on sheet3, "Loft Prices" does not exist, instead it only has "Loft Price"
    Consistency is important with this type of function.

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    Re: Index/Match or Vlookup

    In Sheet 3, you are missing a S. But in B3, enter =VLOOKUP($B$2,INDIRECT(A3&"!A:B"),2,0) then fill the formula.

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    Re: Index/Match or Vlookup

    Try this:

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    Re: Index/Match or Vlookup

    Thank you guys! I knew I had to use the indirect formula in it but I kept messing it up! Much appreciated!

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    Re: Index/Match or Vlookup

    Try

    =IFERROR(INDEX(INDIRECT("'"&A3&"'!B:B"),MATCH($B$2,INDIRECT("'"&A3&"'!A:A"),0)),"")

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    Re: Index/Match or Vlookup

    You're welcome.

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