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Display corresponding value in a column of a MAX datarange

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    Display corresponding value in a column of a MAX datarange

    I have a data range called "Recordings" with the following data source:

    =Cover!$BL$76:$BL$80,Cover!$BN$76:$BN$80,Cover!$BP$76:$BP$80,Cover!$BR$76:$BR$80,Cover!$BT$76:$BT$80

    I am able to display the maximum value in Recordings by using the formula =MAX(Noise) However, I would also like to display the corresponding value in Column A of the max value. What formula do I use please?

    Also, how will this formula deal with 2 identical max value? Will it display Column A value of the the first max value it finds?

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    Re: Display corresponding value in a column of a MAX datarange

    Hi

    Try VLOOKUP, or INDEX & MATCH functions.
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    Re: Display corresponding value in a column of a MAX datarange

    More information please.

    I don't think vlookup can work as the data range is made up of multiple columns that share the same Column A value.

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    Re: Display corresponding value in a column of a MAX datarange

    ...Yes..Same for us too... This means:"More information please. "

    And even better,upload a small sample workbook

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