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    Formula to match date, time and heading

    Hi all,

    This should be a real simple one but I can't get this to work despite the many forums about it.

    I have attached the spreadsheet, I simply need to match date, time and an heading. Not sure if its because I have been working all day

    In B3 I have added what I would normally put it is simply having nothing.

    Please help!!!
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    Re: Should be a simple one (index match multiple criteria)

    Is this what you want
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    ...confirmed by pressing CTRL+SHIFT+ENTER to activate the array, not just ENTER. You will know the array is active when you see curly braces { } appear around your formula. If you do not CTRL+SHIFT+ENTER you will get an error or a clearly incorrect answer.

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    Re: Should be a simple one (index match multiple criteria)

    Administrative Note:

    Welcome to the forum.

    We would very much like to help you with your query, however the thread title does not really convey what your request is about.

    Please take a moment to amend your thread title. Make sure that the title properly explains your request. Your title should be explicit and not be generic (this includes function names used without an indication of what you are trying to achieve).

    Please see Forum Rule #1 about proper thread titles and adjust accordingly. To edit the thread title, open the original post to edit and then click on Go Advanced (bottom right) to access the area where you can edit your title.

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    Re: Should be a simple one (index match multiple criteria)

    Thank you Fluff - yes it is I can also see what I did wrong...thank you very much for the help.

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    Re: Should be a simple one (index match multiple criteria)

    Apologies administrator for the _ I will ensure I do that in the future.

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    Re: Should be a simple one (index match multiple criteria)

    Marko - please address post #3 before continuing. Thanks.
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    Re: Should be a simple one (index match multiple criteria)

    Hi Alison - I am looking for something that I can edit the title, can't find anything though. Please could you steer me in the right direction.

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    Re: Should be a simple one (index match multiple criteria)

    Select thread tools from just above your first post in the thread... It's in there.
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    Re: Should be a simple one (index match multiple criteria)

    Please don't call me Alison - my name is Ali.

    The instructions are in post #3 above:

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    Re: Should be a simple one (index match multiple criteria)

    Glenn - edit thread title isn't in thread tools ...

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    Re: Should be a simple one (index match multiple criteria)

    Shows you how long it is since I started my own thread!!

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    Re: index match multiple criteria - Excel formula

    Thanks all done

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    Re: index match multiple criteria - Excel formula

    No, not done. It doesn't convey what the query is about - just the function you think is needed.

    Please change it to this:

    "Formula to match date, time and heading"

    EDIT: Thank you.
    Last edited by AliGW; 07-19-2019 at 03:18 AM.

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    Re: Formula to match date, time and heading

    All done thanks for your help

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