Table/Name/Index Help

Tamm501

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I have a table that has 2 rows of information for each month. Using the ctrl key, I selected the alternating rows and named the entire selection.

I am using index/match formula and I have inserted the named region in the match portion of the formula. However, I keep getting an N/A. Can you not use named regions isf the rows do not immediately follow?

Named region = test

=Index(Stats!b1:b19,match(a2,test,0))

Any ideas on what I might try?

Thanks!
 

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What is the range that corresponds to 'test'?

test range:

=Stats!$A$7,Stats!$A,$9,etc......

Your setup is unusual. If you don't want to reconsider it, try if the following helps...

Code:
=INDEX(Stats!$A$7:$A$41,
    IF(MATCH(A2,Stats!$B$1:$B$19,0)>1,
        2*MATCH(A2,Stats!$B$1:$B$19,0)-1,
        1))
 
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From a PM:

Hi Aladin,

I appreciate you answering my post earlier on today. I am somewhat new to indexing and if formulas and I am still having difficulty with your suggestion and wonder if you would be able to help me further. I pasted in the tabs and the formula I used for the formula for Aug and it is not working properly.

I am not sure what the 2*Match portion of the formula or the -1 at the end is doing so if you could explain that I might be able to figure this out. Any help is greatly appreciated!

Stat tab
A B C
July EP 10
PM 100
Aug EP 20
PM 200
Sep EP 30
PM 300
Oct EP 40
PM 400


Sheet 2
A B C D A
July Aug Sep Oct
EP 10 20 30 40
PM 100 300 0 0
s/b 200 in Aug.
Formula in C3:
=INDEX(Stats!$C$1:$C$20,IF(MATCH(Sheet2!C2,Stats!$A$1:$A$20,0)>1,2*MATCH(Sheet2!C2,Stats!$A$1:$A$20,0)-1,1))


Change your setup on Stats from
Book1
ABCD
2JulyEP10
3PM100
4AugEP20
5PM200
6SepEP30
7PM300
8OctEP40
9PM400
Stats


to:
Book1
ABCD
1EPPM
2Jul10100
3Aug20200
4Sep30300
5Oct40400
6
Stats


On Sheet2...
Book1
ABCDE
1JulAugSepOct
2EP10203040
3PM100200300400
4
5
Sheet2


B2, copied across and down:

=INDEX(Stats!$B$2:$C$5,MATCH(B$1,Stats!$A$2:$A$5,0),MATCH($A2,Stats!$B$1:$C$1,0))
 
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I was afraid it would require a table change. I work in a system office and sometimes the departments are resistant to change. I am going to have to convince them this is the best way! Wish me luck :biggrin:

Thanks for the advice/instruction. I have learned so much here in the past few days and I appreciate everyone who posts solutions more than you know!!
 
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