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    Index-Aggregate search on multiple columns

    good morning
    I got stuck with the index-aggregate formula which, as you can see from the attached file,
    when I change from the drop-down menu A2 and choose another Region other than Liguria,
    in column C City the names are wrong.
    Thank you
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    Re: Index-Aggregate search on multiple columns

    Hi,

    In column C in have put in new formula using "Hlookup" function.
    I suggest you to use this, as this is simple.
    I hope you will find this useful.

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    Sajal Prasad
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    Re: Index-Aggregate search on multiple columns

    Please try at B2

    =INDEX(Elenchi!B2:I2,MATCH($A$2,Elenchi!$B$1:$I$1,))&""

    Data validation list should be
    =Elenchi!$B$1:$I$1
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    Re: Index-Aggregate search on multiple columns

    Thank you guys...Hi Bo
    and I was trying to solve with index-aggregate
    instead it was simpler.

    The 2 solutions are fine and, for the drop-down menu,
    leaving the name Regioni just put them in column A
    Elenchi sheet with the same order as row 1
    Thank yo

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    Re: Index-Aggregate search on multiple columns

    Another way - with an offset

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    Data validation = =Elenchi!$B$1:$I$1
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