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    Index, Match, or multi Vlookup

    Earlier post was solved:
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    The problem I didn't count on was repeated ID numbers. Please see attached for a better problem description.
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    Re: Index, Match, or multi Vlookup

    bump...did I do something wrong? Perhaps I should give a better explanation?

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    Re: Index, Match, or multi Vlookup

    No. You just didn't wait long enough (only an hour?) for people to get home from work and eat dinner before recreation.
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    Re: Index, Match, or multi Vlookup

    Hello Lafferty,

    I am not sure I fully understood the query, because of the difference in my answer & yours.

    This is what my understanding.

    Look for the first instance of ID entered in A3, and display the last <>0 number from that row which is B3:R3.
    In A4 it become 2nd instance, which is B12:R12
    In A5, B15:R15, in A6 B4:R4, in A7 B5:R5

    If so try this in B3 with CTRL+SHIFT+ENTER. then copy down

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    And the output i got is. 3, 2, 1, 2, 1 respectively.
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