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    Google Sheets: How to combine v lookup with index match

    HI,

    i have an index match formula in K778:K779. which is working correctly. but i want to add in formula that if Q37 in order tracking is not filled then it should show result "pending" in K778:K779.
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    Re: How to combine v lookup with index match

    Are you still using XL2007 as your profile indicates? I think not. Please amend your profile ( my XL2010 returns unknown functions...)

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    Re: How to combine v lookup with index match

    i use excel only for little works, otherwise i works on googlesheet. but i am thinking one thing that when formula is working in xl2007 then why not in 2010

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    Re: How to combine v lookup with index match

    anyway, plz provide the formula as the conditions i have explained in the post.

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    Re: How to combine v lookup with index match

    I am sure you do not mean Q37 specifically but any cell in column Q ?
    If that takes care of your original question, please select Thread Tools from the menu link above and mark this thread as SOLVED.

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    Re: How to combine v lookup with index match

    The problem suggested by this in your formula when I open the workbook:

    @__xludf
    is that there is a user defined function (UDF called DUMMYFUNCTION) missing. This means that the original workbook must be macro-enabled with aa .xlm or .xlms extension. You have given us an .xlsx file that does not contain the UDF.

    You'll need to provide the workbook containing the VBA.
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    Re: How to combine v lookup with index match

    Quote Originally Posted by JohnTopley View Post
    I am sure you do not mean Q37 specifically but any cell in column Q ?
    i have referenced Q37 because only row 37 belongs to ABC 555

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    Re: How to combine v lookup with index match

    Quote Originally Posted by AliGW View Post
    The problem suggested by this in your formula when I open the workbook:



    is that there is a user defined function (UDF called DUMMYFUNCTION) missing. This means that the original workbook must be macro-enabled with aa .xlm or .xlms extension. You have given us an .xlsx file that does not contain the UDF.

    You'll need to provide the workbook containing the VBA.
    you are right. if i am not wrong then i want to say that as you all are talking index match what i have applied is not executable in excel 2007 or 2010

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    Re: How to combine v lookup with index match

    I don't understand your question.

    Provide a copy of the workbook with the UDF in it.

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    Re: How to combine v lookup with index match

    The __xludf.DUMMYFUNCTION is a replacement made by Google to make the file "readable" by Microsoft Excel.

    As far as I can ascertain there is no UDF!

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    Re: How to combine v lookup with index match

    here is the link of my original google sheets file.

    https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets...gid=1797746507

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    Re: How to combine v lookup with index match

    It must be, otherwise my 365 would be able to read it!

    EDIT: Ah! It's a Google Sheet!!! No wonder we can't work with it. It must contain something incompatible with Excel.

    I am moving this to the correct forum section.

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    Re: How to combine v lookup with index match

    but i have always got solution in my excel file downloaded by googlesheet as it is. and you are moving this post to another section, i have not got anysolution there before also.

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    Re: Google Sheets: How to combine v lookup with index match

    i think that somehow can we combine v lookup that if that particular row is empty then "pending" otherwise whatever is in that row for column Q.

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    Re: Google Sheets: How to combine v lookup with index match

    @Ali,
    If you are referring to my reply, I have no problem in XL2010 with the supplied file i.e. I do not get any error messages relating to formulae which include DUMMYFUNCTION references..

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    Re: Google Sheets: How to combine v lookup with index match

    Quote Originally Posted by JohnTopley View Post
    @Ali,
    If you are referring to my reply, I have no problem in XL2010 with the supplied file i.e. I do not get any error messages relating to formulae which include DUMMYFUNCTION references..
    thanks for your confirmation. i always download the googlesheet as .xlsx and posts here. this is the first time i have ever heared that it is showing error. if this is so. then it should show error in my excel file also.

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    Re: Google Sheets: How to combine v lookup with index match

    In K4 then copied down ARRAY formula

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    IN all formulas you have referred 1000th row as 1000. When drag down it will change. So I have changed it to $1000 so that when dragged reference will not change.
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    Re: Google Sheets: How to combine v lookup with index match

    Quote Originally Posted by JohnTopley View Post
    @Ali,
    If you are referring to my reply, I have no problem in XL2010 with the supplied file i.e. I do not get any error messages relating to formulae which include DUMMYFUNCTION references..
    I get this:

    =IFERROR(@__xludf.DUMMYFUNCTION("IF(B793="""","""", IF(ARRAY_CONSTRAIN( IFNA(FILTER(COLUMN('BATCH TRACKING'!K793:BF793),ISBLANK('BATCH TRACKING'!K793:BF793)),0),1,1)=19,""Completed"", IFERROR(INDEX('BATCH TRACKING'!A$3:BF$3,1,ARRAY_CONSTRAIN( FILTER(COLUMN('BATCH TRACKING'!K793:BF793),IS"&"BLANK('BATCH TRACKING'!K793:BF793)),1,1)),""No date data"")))"),"")

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    Re: Google Sheets: How to combine v lookup with index match

    ...as do I, Ali.
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    Re: Google Sheets: How to combine v lookup with index match

    Quote Originally Posted by kvsrinivasamurthy View Post
    In K4 then copied down ARRAY formula

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    IN all formulas you have referred 1000th row as 1000. When drag down it will change. So I have changed it to $1000 so that when dragged reference will not change.
    this is showing in the result only "pending" for whole column.

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    Re: Google Sheets: How to combine v lookup with index match

    Quote Originally Posted by AliGW View Post
    I get this:

    =IFERROR(@__xludf.DUMMYFUNCTION("IF(B793="""","""", IF(ARRAY_CONSTRAIN( IFNA(FILTER(COLUMN('BATCH TRACKING'!K793:BF793),ISBLANK('BATCH TRACKING'!K793:BF793)),0),1,1)=19,""Completed"", IFERROR(INDEX('BATCH TRACKING'!A$3:BF$3,1,ARRAY_CONSTRAIN( FILTER(COLUMN('BATCH TRACKING'!K793:BF793),IS"&"BLANK('BATCH TRACKING'!K793:BF793)),1,1)),""No date data"")))"),"")
    please look in only column K and b and c in batch tracking 2. and B,c,q in order tracking.

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    Re: Google Sheets: How to combine v lookup with index match

    I'm not helping with this, sorry, as I have no knowledge of Google Sheets. My response was merely as a reply to John.

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