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mond

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I have a list of 20 person with score on the 2<SUP>nd</SUP> row, then on forth row it will display the score form highest to lowest then 5<SUP>th</SUP> row will show the name of the person, my problem those with same score will only display the first on the list, is there any possible to display the remaining with same score. What formula then please help :confused:
 

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Peter_SSs

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I have a list of 20 person with score on the 2<SUP>nd</SUP> row, then on forth row it will display the score form highest to lowest then 5<SUP>th</SUP> row will show the name of the person, my problem those with same score will only display the first on the list, is there any possible to display the remaining with same score. What formula then please help :confused:
One way would be to use a 'helper' row. I have used row 3 but it could be any row and this row could be hidden once the formulas entered. This is an example with just 5 names but if it is what you want, you should easily be able to expand to 20.

All column B formulas copied across.

Excel Workbook
ABCDEF
1NameAnnBobColDebErn
2Score581083
3Order42135
4Sorted Scores108853
5Sorted NamesColBobDebAnnErn
Score High to Low
 

mond

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hello Peter,

that's was a very quick response, thank you so much IT WORKS :biggrin:
 
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