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    Question Large/Small Function Issue

    I understand how to find the top 5 /bottom 5 values using the large/small functions, but the question I have is:

    How do I get associated fields. For example I attached a sample sheet with values (Fields: Ticker,TE,Sector,Return). How do I get the Ticker,Sector that the return is for.

    I'd like to show all the associated fields that relate to the retun, but I can't find the solution on how to do that.

    Any help would be appreciated.
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    Re: Large/Small Function Issue

    See attached for data on largest 5

    Note... the formula I used in column H.. allows for the possibility that that there could be more than 1 Return of same value... and it is an array formula which was confirmed with CTRL+SHIFT+ENTER not just ENTER..to get the { } brackets.. then copied down.

    You would do similar for Smallest 5
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    Thank you for the quick response!

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