Formula help

bflan0524

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hello, looking for some help, hope i explain this clearly. i have two sheets of data, what i would call a landing page where i am populating the data form the 2nd sheet titled DATA

the first sheet has primary keys as an identifier in column A, which pulls from the corresponding primary keys on the data page. the data page could has two columns Called Biz Sites, and officer codes, a biz site could be listed more than once with a different officer code assigned to it. if the sites have different owners there would be a column listed with the dates of the ownership. on the landing page i need to be able to pull the dates attributed with the officer code

for example data page
ABCDE
Primary KeyOfficer CodeBiz SiteStart DateEnd Date
BMU5BMUA00012341/1/20193/31/2019
BX08BX0A00012344/1/201912/31/2019

<tbody>
</tbody>

Landing Page
ABCDE
Primary KeyOfficer CodeBiz SiteStart DateEnd Date
BMU5BMUA0001234

<tbody>
</tbody>

so i need a formula for the landing page, column D(start date) that will identify the primary key from column A go to the data page and get the start date (column D) for that primary key

hopefully that makes sense..ty
 

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Michael M

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Maybe this on the Landing page
you may need to change the cell and column references in the formula to suit your data locations

Code:
=VLOOKUP(A2,Data!A2:E3,4,0)
 

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