Find range of cells within table

Vshurden

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I have data in e3:g3, I want to know if that same range of data is repeated in any row in a3:c150. Is there a formula to do this?
 

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Rijnsent

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Hi Vshurden,

the formula for H3 (assuming you have your check formula there) would be:
=COUNTIFS(A$3:A$150,E3,B$3:B$150;F3;C$3:C$150;G3)
If that formula shows a 1, there is a match somewhere, if it's >1 there are multiple matches, if it's a 0, you have no matches.
Hope that helps,

Koen
 

Rick Rothstein

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Hi Vshurden,

the formula for H3 (assuming you have your check formula there) would be:
=COUNTIFS(A$3:A$150,E3,B$3:B$150;F3;C$3:C$150;G3)
If that formula shows a 1, there is a match somewhere, if it's >1 there are multiple matches, if it's a 0, you have no matches.
You mixed you delimiters for the function... your first two delimiters are commas but your last three are semi-colons. Assuming commas throughout, your formula would be...

=COUNTIFS(A$3:A$150,E3,B$3:B$150,F3,C$3:C$150,G3)
 

Rijnsent

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Hi Rick,
good one, my settings are semi-colons and I generally try to change them to commas when posting here (as it seems the default), but did a sloppy job this time (manual labor, will use search&replace next time),
Thanks for pointing it out,
Koen
 

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