Nested Vlookup

Donald

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Apr 15, 2002
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I need to look thru a range of data
First, look thru column A, find a match, then second find a match to a different lookup in column b to return the value in c
I am comfortable with a normal Vlookup, but how can I do a "double criteria" lookup?
 

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DonkeyOte

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simpler still is a conditional sum - array formula - this is an add-in feature.

When you set it up you will not be able to put references to a cell for matching criteria - however once you have set it up you can easily do this - so instead of say summing if currency=GBP you can have sumif currency = A2.

When you have finished editing the formula you MUST do CTRL+SHIFT+ENTER to reset the array.
 

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