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VLOOKUP using first 5 characters of a column???

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    Re: VLOOKUP using first 5 characters of a column???

    Hi and welcome to the forum

    If I understand you correctly, you want to use the value in (for instance) A2 on sheet 2, to return data from sheet1, based on the values in column A on sheet1?

    If that is correct, I cannot see how you would even do this manually? ALL the values in sheet2 column A are identical (10121), and none of the text in B matches on either sheet.

    Perhaps you could show us what your expected outcome would be, and how you arrived at that?
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