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    Google Sheets: Matching Data from Matrix Lookup (Two Crieria)

    Hi everyone, I'm new to posting on here, but I am looking for a formula to solve the following problem:

    I have attached a sample spreadsheet

    Notes: a model is available in multiple colours as shown in Table 2. i.e Model 1027 C11, C2, C45, C68

    I am looking for a formula to enter into Table 1 cell C5 (and copy down) that will look up the model number (cell A5) and colour (cell B5) and see if that combination appears in table 2

    Hope someone has some ideas as I have hit a brick wall?
    Screenshot 2020-06-29 at 17.10.35.png
    Many thanks
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    Re: Matching Data from Matrix Lookup (Two Crieria)

    Welcome to the forum.

    There are instructions at the top of the page explaining how to attach your sample workbook.

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    We would very much like to help you with your query, however the thread title does not really convey what your request is about. Tell us what you are trying to do, not how you think it should be done.

    Please take a moment to amend your thread title. Make sure that the title properly explains your request. Your title should be explicit and not be generic (this includes function names used without an indication of what you are trying to achieve).

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    Re: Google Sheets: Matching Data from Matrix Lookup (Two Crieria)

    Hi AliGW - Many thanks for the message. I thought I had attached the spreadsheet properly but included the picture just in case. Thanks for amending it for me

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    Re: Google Sheets: Matching Data from Matrix Lookup (Two Crieria)

    I amended your thread title, which was rubbish.

    You still need to attach a workbook - NOT a picture of it.

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