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    How can I combine Index, Match & Lookup function?

    If any row in column B = 100%, then pick the relevant Quartile number (i.e, Q1/Q2/Q3/Q4), else leave it blank.

    I am attaching the sheet for reference.

    I want to populate all the colored space with the relevant Quartile number.

    Please help me out.

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    Re: Basic Problem

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    Re: Basic Problem

    I have changed the title. Sorry! I could not think of a relevant title so posted like that.

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    Re: How can I combine Index, Match & Lookup function?

    Hi,

    Try the following formula in B7:

    =IFERROR(INDEX($A$2:$A$5,MATCH(1,B$2:B$5,0)),"")

    drag this to the right, see the attached file.
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    Re: How can I combine Index, Match & Lookup function?

    or
    =IFERROR(LOOKUP(2,1/(B$2:B$5=1),$A$2:$A$5),"")
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    Re: How can I combine Index, Match & Lookup function?

    Thank You so much!

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