How to find product weight with VLOOKUP

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Very odd, =VLOOKUP(B2,X:Y,2,0) works without error in my vlookup.

Could you try copying all of your data and using paste special to paste only the values in a new workbook? That might resolve any issues.
 

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Sorry, very silly mistake on my end. Too much excel today with formulas! But yes, that was correct. Thanks
 

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