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Aaron

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I am using an Index formula with two embedded match formulas for the row and column lookups. The index formula works in some cases, and is giving a #REF! error in others. Can anyone offer a suggestion? Thanks
 

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IML

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On 2002-10-22 10:24, Aaron wrote:
I am using an Index formula with two embedded match formulas for the row and column lookups. The index formula works in some cases, and is giving a #REF! error in others. Can anyone offer a suggestion? Thanks

You formula and a few details would be helpful.
I'd guess you are looking outside your range, for example, seeking row 5 of 3C by 3R area would result in a ref error
 

Aaron

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On 2002-10-22 10:24, Aaron wrote:
I am using an Index formula with two embedded match formulas for the row and column lookups. The index formula works in some cases, and is giving a #REF! error in others. Can anyone offer a suggestion? Thanks

Sorry I found my problem
 

Aaron

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On 2002-10-22 10:27, IML wrote:
On 2002-10-22 10:24, Aaron wrote:
I am using an Index formula with two embedded match formulas for the row and column lookups. The index formula works in some cases, and is giving a #REF! error in others. Can anyone offer a suggestion? Thanks

You formula and a few details would be helpful.
I'd guess you are looking outside your range, for example, seeking row 5 of 3C by 3R area would result in a ref error

Your solution is exactly what my problem entailed. Thank you for your quick response
 

Aaron

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On 2002-10-22 10:27, IML wrote:
On 2002-10-22 10:24, Aaron wrote:
I am using an Index formula with two embedded match formulas for the row and column lookups. The index formula works in some cases, and is giving a #REF! error in others. Can anyone offer a suggestion? Thanks

You formula and a few details would be helpful.
I'd guess you are looking outside your range, for example, seeking row 5 of 3C by 3R area would result in a ref error

Your solution is exactly what my problem entailed. Thank you for your quick response
 

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