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    Question Obtain value in first column of table with multiple criteria

    Dear kind Excel community,

    Please see sheet attached. I wish to fill Cell L4.

    L4 should provide me with a distance category value specific to the distance covered AND the position of the rugby player. For example, a Prop who has covered 15,500 metres should be in the MH (moderate-heavy) category, because the category goes from 15068m to 17307m.

    If I was to change the position in Cell L2 to 'Centre', the category for 15,500m covered would become ML.

    I have tried various Index-Match-Match formulas and found no joy.

    Please may I have some help?

    Many thanks

    George
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    Re: Obtain value in first column of table with multiple criteria

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    M2 =MATCH(L2,$A$2:$I$2,0)

    N2 =ADDRESS(2,$M$2)&":"&ADDRESS(9,$M$2)

    after that

    L4 =INDEX($A$2:$I$9,MATCH($L$3,INDIRECT($N$2),1),1)

    See the attached file.
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    Re: Obtain value in first column of table with multiple criteria

    L4 should provide me with a distance category value specific to the distance covered AND the position of the rugby player
    So, below would replicate your expected results for Prop (MH) and Centre (ML)

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    in the above the INDEX/MATCH is used to isolate the distance values for the chosen position, the outer LOOKUP is used to isolate the category relative to those values.

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    Re: Obtain value in first column of table with multiple criteria

    Thank you!

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    Re: Obtain value in first column of table with multiple criteria

    Thanks for the rep.

    Glad I could help.

    Thanks for marking the question solved.

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