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    Nested IF statement with 2 lookups

    Hello,

    I am having trouble with a nested IF statement when I try to add a second vlookup. The error is too many arguments.

    I am trying to pull the case counts for materials, but the unit of measure has three options. Therefore, I need 2 vlookups. 1 for "PAC" UoM, 1 for "EA" UoM, then just returning value if "CAR" since already cases.

    This is currently working for just "EA" and "CAR" with:

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    There are blank rows in the data, but I dont want a bunch of #N/A, so I have that returning blank. If the material is not listed on case count tab, I have it returning "MISSING" so we can fix.

    The new UoM "PAC" inner pack qtys will now be columns D and E in case counts tab.

    Attached is a sample sheet, anyone have an idea on how to add the "PAC" lookup to existing formula?

    I appreciate you all!

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    Re: Nested IF statement with 2 lookups

    is this what you want...
    =IF(ISBLANK(O2)=FALSE,IF(OR(H2="CAR",H2="EA"),G2,IF(ISNA(G2/VLOOKUP(I2,'Case Counts'!A:B,2,0)),"MISSING",(G2/VLOOKUP(I2,'Case Counts'!A:B,2,0)))),"")
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    Re: Nested IF statement with 2 lookups

    Kept messing with it and finally got this to work:

    =IF(ISBLANK(O2)=FALSE,IF(H2="CAR",G2,IF(H2="PAC",(G2/VLOOKUP(I2,'Case Counts'!D:E,2,0)),IF(H2="EA",(G2/VLOOKUP(I2,'Case Counts'!A:B,2,0)),"MISSING"))),"")

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