Getting a cell refrence from vlookup

Oorang

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Is there a non-VBA way to return the cell address the vlookup found the value in, rather than the value itself?
 

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GlennUK

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MATCH will give you the offset within the range you are searching ... and from that you can work out which cell the value was found in.
 
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