Find matches across multiple worksheets using multiple criteria

daveasu

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Attempting to search across worksheets for matches on 3 criteria and return salary.

Worksheet names are in cell A1 in each worksheet
Department account numbers are in cell A2 in each worksheet

Employee names are in column A
Titles are in column B
Salary is in column E
Department account numbers are in column F

K7 has the following formula:
=IFERROR(INDEX(E:E,SMALL(IF(ISNUMBER(SEARCH($K$5,F:F))*ISNUMBER(SEARCH(K4,B:B)),ROW(A:A)-MIN(ROW(A:A))+1),ROWS($K$7:K7))),"")

This returns matches for Title and Department account number on this sheet only.

Can an additional match criteria for Employee name in Column A be added that would also search across all sheets?

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TEST.xlsm
ABCDEF
1Department1
221-1400
3
4
5GradeMonths2020-21
6Salaries:
7Employee1Title11249,85421-1400-5-135
8Employee2Title21224,87421-1400-5-135
9 -21-1400-5-135
10 -21-1400-5-135
11 -21-1400-5-135
12Total Full Time74,728
Department1
Cell Formulas
RangeFormula
E12E12=E7+E8+E9+E10+E11
 

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Domenic

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It looks to me that your logic could go like this, based on your data and sample criteria...

1) Find the worksheet whose value in cell A2 equals 21-1400.

2) Within the found worksheet, search for Employee1 in Column A, and Title1 in the corresponding cell in Column B, and then return the corresponding value from Column E.

If so, first enter your sheet names in a range of cells, let's say M3:M5. Then enter the following formula in K7, and confirm with CONTROL+SHIFT+ENTER...

VBA Code:
=INDEX($M$3:$M$5,MATCH(TRUE,COUNTIF(INDIRECT("'"&$M$3:$M$5&"'!A2"),K5)>0,0))

Then enter the following formula in K8, and confirm with CONTROL+SHIFT+ENTER...

VBA Code:
=INDEX(INDIRECT("'"&$K$7&"'!E7:E100"),MATCH(1,IF(INDIRECT("'"&$K$7&"'!A7:A100")=K3,IF(INDIRECT("'"&$K$7&"'!B7:B100")=K4,1)),0))

Hope this helps!
 

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daveasu

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Domenic - that works perfectly! And the INDIRECT command pulls from the other worksheets! Thank you for your help!
 

Domenic

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You're very welcome, glad I could help.

And thanks for the feedback.

Cheers!
 

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