Take second Vlookup if First one fails?

Rkdjh487

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Hi,
Can anyone advise how to achieve a result for the following if the first vlookup fails:

First Lookup:
=VLOOKUP(C22,'RATES'!A13:DN686,35,FALSE)

Second Lookup:
=VLOOKU(D22,'RATES'!A13:DN686,35,FALSE)

Thanks
 

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=iferror(vlookup(c22,'rates'!a13:dn686,35,false), vlookup(d22,'rates'!a13:dn686,35,false))
 

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