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Index/Match - Dynamic Index Range with Hlookup

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    Index/Match - Dynamic Index Range with Hlookup

    Hi All,

    My name is Wassim and I am new to the forum. I always found help that I needed by browsing the web, but I am at a dead end right now. I would very much appreciate the help of you experts:

    I have a pretty complicated framework, so I will to try to only post the part, where the error is occurring.


    Apparently it is not possible to get the columns of a range through an Hlookup if I add the whole "&" part to it (it ends up being "H3:Z3", I think those apostrophes are the problem making it a text?).

    Can you help?

    Thank you!

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    Re: Index/Match - Dynamic Index Range with Hlookup

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    Re: Index/Match - Dynamic Index Range with Hlookup

    Hi Wassim and welcome to the forum,

    I think your formula looks better
    INDEX(HLOOKUP($C$8,H2:MT6,5,0)& "3" &":"& HLOOKUP($D$8,H2:MT6,5,0) &"3",MATCH....

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    Re: Index/Match - Dynamic Index Range with Hlookup

    Volume Discount.xlsx

    Thank you for your quick replies. Here is what I want to do:

    I am setting up a price structure for volume discounts. I have 4 brackets on the left with the respective price. I want the formula in D25 to show me the break even point by telling me, at which number of orders the customer would automatically buy more products in order to get into the next bracket, which means more product for the same price. I want to make it as dynamic as possible by being able to adjust the price for the brackets and have the formula show me the new Break Even Point, or I want to be able to change the min and max unit amount in the brackets with it still automatically showing me the BEP.

    Hope this helps, thanks again!
    Last edited by WassimJMP; 02-16-2016 at 12:28 PM.

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