using lookup feature

stellab

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Ineed to know how to get data from one page to another i am using employee name and hrs worked on first sheet, i want to get the hourly rate from the second sheet which list employee name and pay rates then i want excel to calculate hourly rate times hrs worked should i use vlookup or what?
 

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jarvis2323

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yes vlookup is the way to go, i use it for exactly the same purpose you described.

Formula would be something along the lines of: VLOOKUP(a3,Sheet2!$a$2:$b$21,2,FALSE)

Hope that helps
This message was edited by jarvis2323 on 2002-09-06 18:06
 

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