# =lookup copy formula problem

#### MP4ME

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I am trying to copy my =lookup formula but it changes the values
=LOOKUP(G4,'Male Factor'!I4:I27,'Male Factor'!J4:J27)
I need G4 to change by +1 but the vectors to stay the same.
any help would be greatly Appreciated

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If i understood you correct then all you had to do is make male factor constant by entering \$. (see below)

=LOOKUP(G4,'Male Factor'!\$I\$4:\$I\$27,'Male Factor'!\$J\$4:\$J\$27)

Thanks a bunch . It helped alot.

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