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    range1 and range2 is Name Manger
    Column D or A has not fix row so want to use .end(xldown)
    First want to find all non blank cell in D column and match with column A and B
    Want index match result in E column, cll.value to next column like "E"
    using above code replace value of D column
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    Re: Index match using vba

    Nut sure if I understand your question Correct.
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    Re: Index match using vba

    Thank you very much.
    I am looking for this.

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    Re: Index match using vba

    Glad to help

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    Re: Index match using vba

    Other platform link for the said query: https://www.ozgrid.com/forum/index.p...atch-using-vba

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