vlookup for the text cells

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smahesh2210

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Hi
Request your help to pull the values from the Excel file 2 to excel file 1.

The source cell is text in nature.


Need to do the Vlookup, please suggest the way to do the vlookup.
Exce file 1</SPAN>Values</SPAN> Exce file 2</SPAN>Values</SPAN>
ABC</SPAN>vlookup to pull the values</SPAN> EFG</SPAN>25</SPAN>
EFG</SPAN> XYZ</SPAN>31</SPAN>
XYZ</SPAN> ABC</SPAN>25</SPAN>

<TBODY>
</TBODY><COLGROUP><COL><COL><COL span=3></COLGROUP>


Thanks in Advance,

Thanks
Mahesh
 

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