Index Match and Horizontal Lookup

CTMom

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Office Version
  1. 365
Platform
  1. Windows
I have table and need to look up date to match target date then return the number that is 6 rows below. I used HLOOKUP first but it kept putting number in every day not matching it to the correct day.

Can anyone tell me the best way of doing this?
Thanks

See below

Excel Workbook
ABCDE
51Monthly Schedule01-Mar-1101-Apr-1101-May-1101-Jun-11
52land 1285,000---
53land 2-892,000--
54land 3--1,236,600-
55land 4----
56Total land costs285,000892,0001,236,600-
57
58
59Daily Schedule31/03/20111/04/20112/04/20113/04/2011
60Total land costs285,000892,000892,000892,000
Land
 

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Gerald Higgins

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Hi.

Sorry, I'm not clear exactly what you want.

Are you saying you want to match some date to the dates in row 51, and then lookup the value from 6 rows below, which would be row 57 (which seems to be empty) or maybe you mean row 56 ?
 
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T. Valko

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I have table and need to look up date to match target date then return the number that is 6 rows below. I used HLOOKUP first but it kept putting number in every day not matching it to the correct day.

Can anyone tell me the best way of doing this?
Thanks

See below

Excel Workbook
ABCDE
51Monthly Schedule01-Mar-1101-Apr-1101-May-1101-Jun-11
52land 1285,000---
53land 2-892,000--
54land 3--1,236,600-
55land 4----
56Total land costs285,000892,0001,236,600-
57
58
59Daily Schedule31/03/20111/04/20112/04/20113/04/2011
60Total land costs285,000892,000892,000892,000
Land
Try this...

=INDEX($B56:$E56,MATCH(B59,$B53:$E53))

Copy across as needed.
 
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