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Index / Match / Vlookup type problem - 20 to person who solves this! X ref problem

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    Index / Match / Vlookup type problem - 20 to person who solves this! X ref problem

    I have part numbers in sheet 1, column A

    I have new part number in sheet 2, column A and X references in columns F thought to Z

    I need to return the part number that exists in sheet 2 that has a matching part number in the cross reference.

    I just cannot get similar index match formulas to work!

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    Re: Index / Match / Vlookup type problem - 20 to person who solves this! X ref problem

    What's 20 worth nowadays, in US$...

    E4 is an array formula (Ctrl-Shift-Enter).


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    Re: Index / Match / Vlookup type problem - 20 to person who solves this! X ref problem

    What's a dollar worth nowadays! I should have offered a gram or two of gold!

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    Re: Index / Match / Vlookup type problem - 20 to person who solves this! X ref problem

    Quote Originally Posted by jhren View Post
    What's 20 worth nowadays, in US$...

    E4 is an array formula (Ctrl-Shift-Enter).


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    Re: Index / Match / Vlookup type problem - 20 to person who solves this! X ref problem

    My interpretation is that you want a formula to return the results you show in C4 and C5, is that right? To do that with a single formula try this formula in C4

    =IFERROR(INDEX(Sheet2!A$2:A$100,SMALL(IF(Sheet2!F$2:Z$100=A4,ROW(Sheet2!F$2:Z$100)-ROW(Sheet2!F$2)+1),1)),"No match")

    confirmed with CTRL+SHIFT+ENTER and copied down
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    Re: Index / Match / Vlookup type problem - 20 to person who solves this! X ref problem

    Ahhh, it doesn't work when I move it to my master sheet! I'll upload it again and perhaps someone can tweek it?

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    Re: Index / Match / Vlookup type problem - 20 to person who solves this! X ref problem

    Found the issue - there cannot be any #NA in x refs!

    Thanks again!

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