I need to use formula =SUMIFS() and sum the results from two columns from one table matching with other two columns in another table.
=SUMIFS('Active link'!$G:$G;'Active link'!$A:$A;$A4;'Active link'!$D:$D;"*crushed stone*")
But if for the first column it should match the whole...
I spent few hours to findout a solution for my task.
Trying to partial match first 2 or 3 words from ColumnB(B1) data with First 2 or 3 words from ColumnG(G1)
If found the partial match then mark as "Yes", If not, "No".
I do not need to input range like G1:G10 because the correct...
I am trying to do partial match but its not pulling correct abbreviations.
Attached sample file.
Used this formula but did not pull right one.
Trying to do partial data match of ColumnA and ColumnB in ColumnC for example
Here is the sample file with result and highlighted what text have to be partial match.
I am not good in VBA macros. Tought that it is only possible VBA macro.
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I'm working on a project which provides two excel files. The first file, File1, contains a list of SKU descriptions under the header "SKU". They are somewhat long, and contain superfluous information.
M GEL-CUMULUS 14
M GEL-CUMULUS 15
M GEL-CUMULUS 16 BR
I have one spreadsheet with two columns, with the headers: ID number and Chemical name. I have another spreadsheet with six columns: ID number, Chemical name, TEP 1, TEP 2, TEP 3 and TEP 4 (TEPs are numeric risk scores). I need to know what the TEP values are for the chemicals in the first...
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