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VLOOKUP, Multiple Arguments (IF, Then)

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    VLOOKUP, Multiple Arguments (IF, Then)

    Hi I am trying to figure out if I can do TWO Lookups, probably using an if / then or something similiar to segment data.

    So Spreadsheet One
    Classification (e.g. Cook)
    Timeframe (e.g. Q1 2022)
    Metric Point (Data like results)

    So I am trying to call out in my NEW spreadsheet -
    IF Classification = "vlookup classification" AND equals "vlookup timeframe", then return Conversion, etc.

    Is that possible?

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    Re: VLOOKUP, Multiple Arguments (IF, Then)

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    Re: VLOOKUP, Multiple Arguments (IF, Then)

    Quote Originally Posted by helpwithexcel1 View Post
    . . . IF Classification = "vlookup classification" AND equals "vlookup timeframe", then return Conversion, etc. . . .
    I'd guess you want to look up on 2 different columns, in which case you'd want something like
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    Please realize your explanation makes sense to at most you. I'm just guessing based on a lot of experience guessing.

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