BrianHall

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Can someone provide me the hlookup formula based up a date? In another words, if the date changes the value underneath will change accordingly in a separate summary tab. Thank you
 

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Gerald Higgins

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Hi Brian - your request seems far too vague to enable anyone to answer it precisely, but in principle an HLOOKUP might look like this . . .

=HLOOKUP(A1,SUMMARY!B1:C2,2,FALSE)

Where . . .
A1 is the lookup value, could be a date

B1:C2 contains the lookup table, in this example on a separate tab called SUMMARY.
In this example the range B1:C1 would contain the reference list (of dates ?) to be compared against the single lookup value in A1.

2 defines how many rows to go down in the lookup table, in this case 2, so that the value from row 2 is returned

FALSE defines an exact match for the lookup test.

Excel formula help is reasonably good in explaining this.
 

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