Lookup Latest Date (highest value) corresponding to specific Cell Value

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Robert Mika

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Try:
=MAX(IF($A$23:$A$34=A6,IF($B$23:$B$34=B6,$G$23:$G$34)))

Confirm this formula with Contril+Shift+Enter
 

JesperBrink

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Thanks! That didnt do the trick exactly as I wished, but I managed to resolve my problem with:

=MAX(IF($A$23:$A$34=A6,$G$23:$G$34))

Had to remove 2nd IF, because it restricted the search to a specific Work Order.
 

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