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    HLOOKUP question

    Here is my problem (which must have an incredibly simple solution)

    =HLOOKUP(H2,Stats!C39:I57,8) results in #N/A
    =HLOOKUP(3500,Stats!C39:I57,8) gives desired result

    H2=3500

    Why does this occur?

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    Is H2 formatted as text or general? Should be General.

    Does this work?


    =HLOOKUP(H2+0,Stats!C39:I57,8)
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    that works

    +0 works. Thank you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Spreadsheet
    +0 works. Thank you.
    That means that H2 is formatted as text.

    To convert that you can select the cell, go to DATA|TEXT TO COLUMNS and click Finish.

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