Percentage Vlookup Returning Error / Incorrect Values

piepod

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Hey everyone - been trying to work through this issue and has been driving me crazy!

In the attached excel, I'm trying to Vlookup a percentage value against a table, where using approximate range lookup ("Vlookup 2") returns an incorrect value and exact range lookup returns error ("Vlookup").

The issue is all these percentages are round numbers and the lookup works for a select few values (e.g., 8% works, but not 6%). However, if I go to B10 or I10 and do an F2 > Enter, it works -- it's extremely strange.

Let me know what's going on here! Been at it all night and it's driving me insane.

Thanks!

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maabadi

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Welcome to MrExcel Message Board.
Please Upload your Example With XL2BB Add-in to we know exact structure and formula you used.

Also You can Use This formula at A2 & Drag it Down:
VBA Code:
CHAR(64+A2*100)
Replace A2 with A2 Formula with Round it with 2 Digit:
Example:
Rich (BB code):
ROUND(A2 Formula,2)
 
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