How to update the row if cells are matching from different sheets?

Adarsh Jha

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Dec 5, 2019
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Office Version
  1. 365
  2. 2010
Platform
  1. Windows
I am working on a QA tool which is having basically 3 sheets. For any particular account all three sheets needs to be filled and recorded. The scores are getting updated in the database sheet. My issue is, if the Account Name and Analyst Name matches with any of the sheet then it should update the existing entry in the database sheet and if any of the two fields (Account Name & Analyst Name) are different then it should make a new entry with the respective score. Right now it is making the another entry altogether irrespective of same fields.

Example:
If Account Name: ABC;
Analyst Name: XYZ;
Sheet1 Score: 100%;
Sheet2 Score: 100%;
Sheet3 Score: 100%

then in database sheet it should reflect as:
Sl. No.Account NameAnalyst NameSheet1 ScoreSheet2 ScoreSheet3 Score

I am unable to update the scores side by side and now I am stuck with it. It would be very much helpful if someone could suggest anything regarding this.
 

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hernantorres23

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Joined
Nov 21, 2019
Messages
269
Office Version
  1. 365
  2. 2016
Platform
  1. Windows
  2. Web
Hi, I think that you don't need three sheets, you can use only one, with two additional attribute (for example: origin, date_created) and then, get most recent insert.
If you can, give another example, explaining what data you have, what conditions they meet, what they should add and what result you expect.

Please try prepare a data example using add-in specifically for this and it can be found here XL2BB
Pay attention to this post XL2BB 2 Squares
 

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