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    index match with row information offset from the match cell

    sample 1.xls

    I attached a sample workbook to help with the explanaiton. I have a set of data that I am trying to pull onto another sheet. The data sheets are monthly production sheets that I can drop into Excel. The other 2 sheets are how I am trying to gather the information and what I want it to look like when its done.

    I am having trouble becasue the numbers are offset from the names I can match them too. Its just the way the system gives it to me and can't be hcanged unless I manually go in and align the rows.


    Thanks in advance for any help.


    I did try using =offset but the formula kept returning an error so I couldn't save it with my attempt. I used the offet before the match which I'm guessing won't work
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    Re: index match with row information offset from the match cell

    Hi smls,

    You have some merged cells in the July and Aug data.. it would be better if you un-merge those cells.. I personally never advice any merging of cells as they are kind of blocks in calculations

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    Re: index match with row information offset from the match cell

    sample 1.xls

    Ok thanks, I didn't even realize it, they came out of the system that way, I just went in and removed them. here is another upload without the merged cells

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    Re: index match with row information offset from the match cell

    Look at July data sheet, cell A10... can these be corrected ?

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    Re: index match with row information offset from the match cell

    What do you mean by corrected? What I did to get this was just unmerge the cells. I suppose if you mean drag the cell contents around the answer is yes but I would prefer not to. This sample is a small selection of what the real sheet looks like. I didn't upload all of it for simplicities sake since its all just repetitions of the same problem.

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    Re: index match with row information offset from the match cell

    Try using below formula:-

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    See attached:-
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    Re: index match with row information offset from the match cell

    +rep, thanks so much man, you always come through with great solutions real qick. I appreciate it all the help, it wokred great.

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    Re: index match with row information offset from the match cell

    cheers

    you are welcome..

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