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    how to vlookup based on one row and 2 columns?

    Hello there
    I found a index + match Google sheet formula to find a cell based on row AND column. But I was wondering if it's possible to do it with 2 conditions from the header.
    I have 2 scenario represented in sheet 1 and sheet 2:
    FIRST: find the cost share of a certain product for a specific market
    SECOND: find the cost share of a certain product from a specific range and for a specific market
    I would appreciate any help you could provide, please

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    find a cell from multiple values.xlsx

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    Re: how to vlookup based on one row and 2 columns?

    Perhaps add some manually calculated expected results to your sheet?

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    Re: how to vlookup based on one row and 2 columns?

    Sure thanks: I would like to automate the highlited cells because I have lots of tables like this for all different countries with lots of productsfind a cell from multiple values (1).xlsx

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    Re: how to vlookup based on one row and 2 columns?

    By the way, it's not a calculation. Its a vlookup of a cell but based on multiple criteria. Hope it's clearer

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    Re: how to vlookup based on one row and 2 columns?

    I'm sorry I don't understand what you are trying to do. But perhaps someone else will?

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    Re: how to vlookup based on one row and 2 columns?

    Is this a Googlesheets Q or an Excel Q? You've posted it in the GS subforum, but it looks lo=ike you have O365, looking at your profile...
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    Re: how to vlookup based on one row and 2 columns?

    Also, there are no expected results in the latest file. Did you upload the wrong file?

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    Re: how to vlookup based on one row and 2 columns?

    the expectation are not a calculation I just want to "call" numbers from sheet 1 into the yellow cells. But because I have many tables like this in my original sheet with many countries, it's a pain to do it manually and I would like to find a formula that is "finding" a cell based on 2 headers and 2 columns.
    Hope it's clearer

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    Re: how to vlookup based on one row and 2 columns?

    I'll play the guessing game.
    The formula in cell C5 is: =SUMPRODUCT((Sheet1!B$3:I$9)*(Sheet1!B$1:I$1=B$3)*(Sheet1!B$2:I$2="cost share")*(Sheet1!A$3:A$9=B5))
    Note that cell B3 contains a drop down list of the list of countries in column H.
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    Re: how to vlookup based on one row and 2 columns?

    Brilliant!!!! thank you so very much. It saves me lots of time :D

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