I've pasted the actual formula and table data below. In this particular instance I'm looking up a manufactured part number and need to return the daily counted inventory. If there is no inventory counted it will not be listed. I am looking up the part number contained in my spreadsheet and trying to return inventory values from imported data. The part number I'm looking up is 56a601 - xxx. When I lookup 56a601 - 43, the formula returns the value for 56A601 - 330 (60). Thanks again.
=LOOKUP(C10,'Intranet - Import'!$C$3:$C$86,'Intranet - Import'!$E$3:$E$86)
CP580 | 56A601 - COUNT POINT 3 | 56A601 - 123 | 8 | 39007 COUNT POINT
CP581 | 56A601 - COUNT POINT 4 | 56A601 - 205 | 25 | 39007 COUNT POINT
CP582 | 56A601 - COUNT POINT 5 | 56A601 - 275 | 19 | 39007 COUNT POINT
CP584 | 56A601 - COUNT POINT 7 | 56A601 - 330 | 60 | 39007 COUNT POINT
If the table area is sorted in ascending order on column C (which is a good idea), try:
=IF(LOOKUP(C10,'Intranet - Import'!$C$3:$C$86)=C10,LOOKUP(C10,'Intranet - Import'!$C$3:$C$86,'Intranet - Import'!$E$3:$E$86),"Not Found")
If the sorting condition cannot be upheld, try:
=INDEX('Intranet - Import'!$E$3:$E$86.MATCH(C10,'Intranet - Import'!$C$3:$C$86,0))