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    Issue with VLook Up and data matching

    Hi All,

    I am struggling to find out a formula to run through my spreadsheet. I am attaching a sample excel sheet. In my first sheet, i want if my student ID has taken Maths/science/physics etc. class or not. There is a reference sheet which shows students have enrolled for which class.

    I guess, i am struglling to figure out how to show the data in yes and no in the first sheet.


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    Re: Issue with VLook Up and data matching

    Take the " (Y/N)" off the headings and try

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    Re: Issue with VLook Up and data matching

    Thank you! Works great!

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    Re: Issue with VLook Up and data matching

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