im not sure ... lookup maybe??

A1058

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hello hoping someone can help me out....
in column "N" i have 100 product descriptions and in column "M" i gave them all a number 1-100. in column "L" the user puts the number that matches the product description from the list. i am needing to do in laymans terms now.... IF L2 = # find matching # in column M then and report the value that resides one cell to the right or offset 0,1.. i hope this is clearly stated... any help would be greatly appreciated...
 

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Norie

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Sounds to me like a simple VLOOKUP will work.

=VLOOKUP(L2, M1:N100,2,0)
 

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