Match and Match, then vLookup on True, vLookup on False

gtd526

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Hello,
IF
Cell Value(J2) = Cell Value in a Range(A4:A35) AND
Cell Value("ml") = Cell Value in a Range(AX8:AX35), if True, then vlookup, if False, then vlookup.

Here's the formula I have:
=IF(AND(MATCH(J2,'Weekly Picks'!A4:A35,0),(MATCH("ml",'Weekly Picks'!AX8:AX35,0))),VLOOKUP(J2,'Weekly Picks'!$A$4:$C$35,3,0),VLOOKUP(J2,'Weekly Picks'!$A$4:$D$35,4,0))

thank you
 

mrshl9898

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Maybe it's easier or helpful to explain the first issue you had also.

=IF(AND(MATCH(J2,'Weekly Picks'!A4:A35,0),(MATCH("ml",'Weekly Picks'!AX8:AX35,0))),VLOOKUP(J2,'Weekly Picks'!$A$4:$C$35,3,0),VLOOKUP(J2,'Weekly Picks'!$A$4:$D$35,4,0))

Would be

=IF(AND(27,4),VLOOKUP(J2,'Weekly Picks'!$A$4:$C$35,3,0),VLOOKUP(J2,'Weekly Picks'!$A$4:$D$35,4,0))
 

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gtd526

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IFERROR(MATCH(J2,'Weekly Picks'!A4:A35,0),0) = 27
IFERROR(MATCH("ml",'Weekly Picks'!AX4:AX35,0),0) = 4
the bold above is changed to original.
J2="LVR", which will change when scrolled down. The highlighted Purple is the list for J2:J5 range.

Here is what Im working with:

NFL.xlsm
ABCDAX
4ATL2.5
5CAR-2.5
6NE4
7BUF-4WLml
8TEN-6.5WLml
9CIN6.5
10LVR2.5WL
11CLE-2.5
12IND-3
13DET3
14MIN7.5
15GB-7.5
16NYJ19.5
17KC-19.5
18LAR-4
19MIA4
20
21
22NO-4
23CHI4
24SF3
25SEA-3
26DAL
27PHI
28TB-11.5
29NYG11.5
30LAC-3WL
31DEN3
32
33
34
35
Weekly Picks
Here's where the formula will be. L:L

NFL.xlsm
JKLM
1MeATS*W/L
2LVR2.5W7
3LAC-3W4
4BUF-4W
5TEN-6.5W
6   
7   
8   2
ESPNvsANvsMe
Cell Formulas
RangeFormula
J2:J8J2=IFERROR(LOOKUP(2, 1/((COUNTIF($J$2:J2, 'Weekly Picks'!$J$4:$J$35)=0)*( 'Weekly Picks'!$J$4:$J$35<>"")), 'Weekly Picks'!$J$4:$J$35),"")
K2:K8K2=IFERROR(VLOOKUP($J2,'Weekly Picks'!$A$4:$B$35,2,0),"")
L2:L5L2=IF(AND(IFERROR(MATCH(J2,'Weekly Picks'!$A$4:$A$35,0),0)>0,IFERROR(MATCH("ml",'Weekly Picks'!$AX$4:$AX$35,0),0)>0),VLOOKUP(J2,'Weekly Picks'!$A$4:$C$35,3,0),VLOOKUP(J2,'Weekly Picks'!$A$4:$D$35,4,0))
M2M2=IFERROR(MATCH(J2,'Weekly Picks'!A4:A35,0),0)
M3M3=IFERROR(MATCH("ml",'Weekly Picks'!AX4:AX35,0),0)
L6:L8L6=IFERROR(VLOOKUP($J6,'Weekly Picks'!$A$4:$D$35,4,0),"")
M8M8=COUNTIF('Weekly Picks'!$AX$4:$AX$35,"ml")
 

mrshl9898

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I see, so you need ml to line up against the team?

=IF(VLOOKUP(J2,'Weekly Picks'!$A$4:$AX$35,50,0)="ml",VLOOKUP(J2,'Weekly Picks'!$A$4:$C$35,3,0),VLOOKUP(J2,'Weekly Picks'!$A$4:$D$35,4,0))

It was just saying TRUE team found TRUE ml found, not ml found against team.
 
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gtd526

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Office Version
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IFERROR(MATCH(J2,'Weekly Picks'!A4:A35,0),0) = 27
IFERROR(MATCH("ml",'Weekly Picks'!AX4:AX35,0),0) = 4
the bold above is changed to original.
J2="LVR", which will change when scrolled down. The highlighted Purple is the list for J2:J5 range.

Here is what Im working with:

NFL.xlsm
ABCDAX
4ATL2.5
5CAR-2.5
6NE4
7BUF-4WLml
8TEN-6.5WLml
9CIN6.5
10LVR2.5WL
11CLE-2.5
12IND-3
13DET3
14MIN7.5
15GB-7.5
16NYJ19.5
17KC-19.5
18LAR-4
19MIA4
20
21
22NO-4
23CHI4
24SF3
25SEA-3
26DAL
27PHI
28TB-11.5
29NYG11.5
30LAC-3WL
31DEN3
32
33
34
35
Weekly Picks
 

gtd526

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Messages
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Office Version
  1. 2019
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I see, so you need ml to line up against the team?

=IF(VLOOKUP(J2,'Weekly Picks'!$A$4:$AX$35,50,0)="ml",VLOOKUP(J2,'Weekly Picks'!$A$4:$C$35,3,0),VLOOKUP(J2,'Weekly Picks'!$A$4:$D$35,4,0))

It was just saying TRUE team found TRUE ml found, not ml found against team.
YES. And it works. I was just explaining what I was looking for in a reply, but I was replying to myself :( I had to exit the reply, then saw this reply,Thank god.
I will try to explain much better in the future. Maybe it was to vauge. Sorry about that. I realize what I'm trying to do is beyond the beginner level.
THANK YOU!
Now I have to figure out how you came up with that formula. :)
 

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