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    Combine INDEX+MATCH functions with INDIRECT formula

    Hi,

    I need some heads up on how to combine some formulas. Here is my formula:

    =INDEX(A5:T100,ROW(5:5),MATCH(L4,A4:T4,0))

    Arrays are in 3 separate sheets (similar layout). Cell L3 would represent sheet name. So, whatever sheet name is in L3, formula is working with that sheet.

    Thanks in advance!
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    Re: Combine INDEX+MATCH functions with INDIRECT formula

    It's not clear in your example, what's on the other sheet? your lookup values? your match array? your final array? L3 doesn't appear anywhere in your formula.
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    Re: Combine INDEX+MATCH functions with INDIRECT formula

    All arrays in those sheets. Formula should begin like this:

    =INDEX(INDIRECT("'"!&L3&A5:T100"),ROW(INDIRECT(..........

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    Re: Combine INDEX+MATCH functions with INDIRECT formula

    Would it be:

    =INDEX(INDIRECT("'"&l3&"'!A5:T100"),ROW(5:5),MATCH(L4,INDIRECT("'"&L3&"'!A4:T4"),0))
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    Re: Combine INDEX+MATCH functions with INDIRECT formula

    Great! Thanks, I've got it working.

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