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    Vlookup with separate columns

    I need to return a value in cell b3. The lookup is 40 in cell D3. So to return the answer for cell b3 look in column E until you go down to 40 and then return the value from column J. So the answer should return 4700.

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    Re: Vlookup with seperate columns

    Not clear what you're looking for?

    You say 35 in column D.
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    Re: Vlookup with separate columns

    Apologies that is column E i need it to look at the value 40 in column C and go down column E until it reaches 40 then return the value from column J. So the answer should be 4700.

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    Re: Vlookup with separate columns

    Still not clear.
    There is no value 40 in column C.
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    Re: Vlookup with separate columns

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    Sorry, meant to say no 40 in column E.

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    Re: Vlookup with separate columns

    I'm not sure I understand what you're looking for, but try this in B2 and drag down:
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    Re: Vlookup with separate columns

    I dont see what you are asking me to try?

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    Re: Vlookup with separate columns

    I'm asking you to try the formula I posted (see post #6) in cell B2, and drag it down for as many rows as you need. Formula included here as well:
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