Question for making a purchase order workbook

c.clavin

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  1. 365
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Hey all, I'm trying to make a workbook so we can make purchase orders and print them out from excel. I have one worksheet that the purchase order template is on, and one with product numbers, descriptions, prices, and case counts. I'm trying to make it easy for me and my employees so we can write in a product number, and have the description, prices, and case counts populate automatically. Is this even possible? All of the information is in the workbook and just needs to be referenced with presumably a formula. Any help would be GREATLY appreciated. Thank you very very much. :)

example: product number a2, description b2, price c2, case count d2, in case anyone needed to ask.
 

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