Finding Data many rows

Silo

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Hello Everyone

I have a workbook with employee performance, however, the employees ID’s are reflected in several rows. Each row represents other locations; employees occasionally work at other locations, so their ID’s can be found on many rows

I’m trying to write a formula that will find the employees results at a specific location

Example Jose works at Store Number 5555
Jose’s employee ID 24518 is listed in column E in many rows but I only want results for Store Number 5555 and results are in column I

Is this possible? :)
 

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pedie

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is col a id # of the location and col id # of the employee?
In which cell or range do you want the the ids of the location to be?
 

PCRIDE

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If possible each row should be an employee rather than multiple employees can be on each row...

The tables are simpler. IMO
 

Silo

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Each row represents an employees preformance, it will also represent each location an employee has worked at.

I'm trying to find employee preformance for a specfic location at a time

Jose could have worked at three locations 5555, 5556 & 5557

His ID is let's say 24518

at location 5555 he sold 75 units, at location 5556 he sold 25 units and at location 5557 he sold 12

In this case I only want to return the sales from location 5555

So employee ID's listed in column E and results are in column I

I think this would be a 3 way lookup, but I'm have trouble with this :(
 

PCRIDE

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can you post a table of what the data looks like?
 

pedie

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This is very much possible....could you pls post a sample, just a small table so that i can give you a formula...?
:biggrin:
 

Silo

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Thanks Pedie

I create a pivot table that worked for my purposes

Thanks :)
 
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