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    INDEX MATCH repetitive Lookup Value

    Hello, Good day. Kindly help me with my problem. I want have a conditional formatting of my Vehicle List to check availability. Red if under Departure Time is filled up and No Fill if Arrival Time is filled up. I am using a Helper columns. My problem is If there are multiple transactions in a day, an INDEX MATCH will only read the 1st Departure time and Arrival Time.

    How to Do INDEX MATCH but read the Right most part of the Column not the First?


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    Re: INDEX MATCH repetitive Lookup Value

    Are you just going to have the Departure and Arrive Time Columns after the Plate No. column? If so, you can get rid of the helper columns and use this for your Conditional Format:

    =ISODD(COUNTA($C2:$S2))

    (You should have A2:A13 selected (or for however far down you want to do this) when applying the Conditional Format.

    Don't know if that will work for you, but it could be an easy fix.

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    Re: INDEX MATCH repetitive Lookup Value

    Quote Originally Posted by Gregb11 View Post
    Are you just going to have the Departure and Arrive Time Columns after the Plate No. column? If so, you can get rid of the helper columns and use this for your Conditional Format:

    =ISODD(COUNTA($C2:$S2))

    (You should have A2:A13 selected (or for however far down you want to do this) when applying the Conditional Format.

    Don't know if that will work for you, but it could be an easy fix.

    Thank you so much for this. But If you may, Can you also teach me using my INDEX MATCH? i also want to know how to INDEX MATCH but reading the LAtest lookup value that is repetitive. I hope you get What I mean. thank you so much

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