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    Help on vlook up multiples formulas

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    What I want is a something like a vlookup inside a vlookup that will help me
    First, to find the corresponding "bank"
    Second, Find which values does it falls in

    So E.g.
    A10 is equal to $2,000,000, falls under Bank "B"
    So I need to look up for Bank B first
    Secondly, it will need to correspond to " above 1,000,000"
    So in the end I will get "0.1"

    Thank you very much :D

    The links to the sheet is https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/...1E&usp=sharing
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    Re: Help on vlook up multiples formulas

    Hi and welcome to the forum

    Please do not upload a picture of your file, rather upload a sample workbook showing what you havem what you want, and how you arrived at that (exclude any sensitive data). Pictures are impossible to edit, and no1 wants to retype your data
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    Re: Help on vlook up multiples formulas

    Thanks :D Edited :D Sorry, just a newbie here :D

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    Re: Help on vlook up multiples formulas

    OK im really sorry to do this, but could you upload the file here please, not all members can access web hosting sites like that (company fire walls etc)
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    Re: Help on vlook up multiples formulas

    Done,thanks and noted

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    Re: Help on vlook up multiples formulas

    Thanks for the file, and sorry for the run-around lol

    1st, change the heradings in your 2nd (interest) table to actual values/numbers.

    Then use this in C2, copied down...
    =INDEX($A$19:$E$22,MATCH(B2,$A$19:$A$22,0),MATCH(A2,$A$19:$E$19,1))

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    Re: Help on vlook up multiples formulas

    Quote Originally Posted by FDibbins View Post
    Thanks for the file, and sorry for the run-around lol

    1st, change the heradings in your 2nd (interest) table to actual values/numbers.

    Then use this in C2, copied down...
    =INDEX($A$19:$E$22,MATCH(B2,$A$19:$A$22,0),MATCH(A2,$A$19:$E$19,1))
    Oh, got it sir, thank you very much :D No problem, I am new here, it's alright to just follow the rules :D
    Didn't know I can use match twice in a Index, meaning that I can do it three times even if I want?
    Thank you very much :D

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    Re: Help on vlook up multiples formulas

    The syntax for index() is =index(range,row,column)

    We often use match() to find the row, and then again to find the column. Unless you are nesting 1 match inside another, Im not quite sure how (or why) you would want to use 3?

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    Re: Help on vlook up multiples formulas

    Quote Originally Posted by FDibbins View Post
    The syntax for index() is =index(range,row,column)

    We often use match() to find the row, and then again to find the column. Unless you are nesting 1 match inside another, Im not quite sure how (or why) you would want to use 3?
    I see, got it with your explanation :D Thank you very much :D

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    Re: Help on vlook up multiples formulas

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