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    Vlookup is not working help me with any other formula for this

    Hi,

    I have a huge data with 30k line items.

    50 series documents are my base documents. so where ever the 50 series document is having the same destination document number for 51 series, the 51 series origin document need to be copied to column D against to the 50 series document. is there any possibility for this and please help me with the coding for the same.

    Attaching the sample data for better explanation.

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    Re: vlookup and match index both not useful

    Your requirement is unclear.

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    Re: vlookup and match index both not useful

    Can someone please help me on this.............

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    Re: vlookup and match index both not useful

    Please update your profile with the Excel version you are using...

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    Re: vlookup and match index both not useful

    its 2016 and updated the same in profile
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    Re: vlookup and match index both not useful

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