hlookup problem

Libra0099

Active Member
Joined
Apr 28, 2007
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Hi every one,

I have a problem using hlookup.

Senario is like that:

Column ColumnA ColumnB ColumnC
Heading 60258 60259 60260
Now i have to pick data from a range of row e.g from row 1 to row 1000


i apply formula =hlookup(heading, range 1 to 1000, row 1, 0)

in next row i need to auto update the return value by row 2 then row 3 and so on.

Please help me.

Thanks in advance.
 

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ExcelChampion

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Joined
Aug 12, 2005
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I assume you are dragging this down...

=HLOOKUP(HEADING,$1:$1000,ROW(A1),0)

HTH!

Edit: You nearly had it in your example above. :)
 

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