Pulling Data

CHuguley

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I have a form that I want to populate with PC info. There are some complimentary items that go along with the first piece of data (e.g. memory, CD/RW, Multi-functional printer, etc.) I kind of have it set up like a bill of materials. The problem is that I can pull the first line with something like a VLOOKUP. What I'm running into is that I would like the items that go with the PC to fall under the main line (if the main item is in line 1, I want all the other items to go in line 2 , line 3, line 4, etc.) I'm not sure of the formula to use. Any help will be greatly appreciated.
 

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