Auto populate cells from dynamic dependant drop down list

Castonism

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  2. 2019
Hi all,

Ive been searching the web for a while looking for a solution. I’m fairly new to this so could be missing a simple solution that I just don’t understand yet.

I am creating a form which needs to auto-populate both simple data and other lists from a large amount of data. No issues creating tables, lists and then having them create dependant lists. I’ve also been able to use vlookup to auto populate cells based in a single table. This is where my experience ends.

The problem:
I have created a dynamic dependant drop down list. I need the result from the drop down to auto populate other cells. I have placed the data that the dependant list uses in a table with the data it needs to auto populate with however I’m guessing this is the issue.

is there a solution? Or is there an easier way to have a drop down list auto populate other cells with another drop down list?

Very grateful for any help.
 

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