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Use index to match two values where there are multiple values, return the highest

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    Use index to match two values where there are multiple values, return the highest

    Hi,

    Please see attached my example - I would like to match two unique references and where there are multiple possible results I would like to return the highest value

    The attempt I have made in the example almost works but fails when I copy it down to the next value.

    Thanks in advanceEXAMPLE MG.xlsx
    Last edited by Gooford; 07-17-2012 at 11:54 AM.

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    Re: Use index to match two values where there are multiple values, return the highest

    Try:

    =MAX(IF(Goals!$C$4:$C$10=C4,Goals!$D$4:$D$10))

    confirmed with CTRL+SHIFT+ENTER not just ENTER and copied down

    is that what you need?
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    Re: Use index to match two values where there are multiple values, return the highest

    Spot on thank you

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