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    Vlookup in rows rather than columns

    Hi there, is it possible to v lookup in rows rather than in cols. I have attached an example of what I am trying to do... In B9 I want to populate the number below that is below the date in row1 that matches the date in A9. So if the data in A9 was 29/06/2017 then it would return 232 as that is the number below the date in the table.

    Its almost like B9=Vlookup,A9 in Row 1 and return the value below in R

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    Re: Vlookup in rows rather than columns

    I think you need HLOOKUP for rows. Try...
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    Re: Vlookup in rows rather than columns

    HLOOKUP, maybe?
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    Re: Vlookup in rows rather than columns

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    Re: Vlookup in rows rather than columns

    Thanks Everyone

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    Re: Vlookup in rows rather than columns

    You're welcome.

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