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    Having trouble making a function that returns multiple values for index match.

    Currently trying to create an index function that returns multiple values horizontally. Currently when I run this formula using ctrl + shift + enter I get an #N/A

    Current formula: =INDEX($B$2:$B$150, SMALL(IF(A$2=$C$2:$C$150, ROW($C$2:$C$150)-MIN(ROW($C$2:$C$150))+1, ""), COLUMN(A1)))


    Ideally cell D2 would be cgsteen
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    Re: Having trouble making a function that returns multiple values for index match.

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    Re: Having trouble making a function that returns multiple values for index match.

    1. I think you meant vertically (up-and-down), rather than horizontally (side-to-side)?
    2. Delete/fix the errors in the lower part of your table.
    3. why would cell D2 = cgsteen? A2 = EB-101 and it's 1st match is in row 94 - helle029
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    Re: Having trouble making a function that returns multiple values for index match.

    Also, if your references in col A are unique (which your sample indicates), why are you using a complex ARRAY functoin for that, when a simple INDEX/MATCH will do the job?
    D2=IFERROR(INDEX(B:B,MATCH(A2,C:C,0)),"")
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