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Vlookup or Index / Match for multiple criteria and return a date value from cell

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    Vlookup or Index / Match for multiple criteria and return a date value from cell

    I'm trying to look at multiple criteria on one sheet and return the value (date) from that row. I'm having the hardest time for some reason. Basically, explained below and I've attached a spreadsheet too.

    I want to know if A2=Column A in sharepoint tab and $b$1=Column C in sharepoint tab, return the value from Sharepoint tab Column F to Cell B2. Need this for all columns and rows.

    All help would be greatly appreciated!
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    Re: Vlookup or Index / Match for multiple criteria and return a date value from cell

    Assuming there is only 1 match...

    =SUMPRODUCT((Sharepoint!$A$2:$A$112=$A2)*(Sharepoint!$C$2:$C$112=B$1),Sharepoint!$F$2:$F$112)
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    Re: Vlookup or Index / Match for multiple criteria and return a date value from cell

    Here's what I did.
    First, insert in Sharepoint an new column (I did it after C)
    In the new column (D) in D2 =A2&C2 dragged down.

    Then in StatusReport!B2
    =IF(ISERROR(MATCH($A2&B$1, Sharepoint!$D$2:$D$112,0)),"Not Complete", VLOOKUP($A2&B$1,Sharepoint!$D$2:$G$112,4,FALSE))
    dragged across and down.
    Does that work for you?
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    Re: Vlookup or Index / Match for multiple criteria and return a date value from cell

    Solved! Thank you so much!

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