VLookup or Index help?

Bobsie0202

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HI,

I'm looking for a formula, I have a workbook and at current =PROPER(INDEX('V25 TRACKER'!H:H,MATCH(C15,'Cargo'!E:E,0))) use this formula so extract the info from a different tab. But I need to add another criteria

If column E on workbook 1 matches Column C on workbook 2 & If Column K on workbook 1 matches Cell B10 on workbook 2 then extract the data from column H and pull it through to workbook 2

I hope that makes sense. Basically if two names on diff workbooks match, if tow dates match to a specific cell. then extract the info
 

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Fluff

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Hi & welcome to MrExcel.
How about
Excel Formula:
=PROPER(filter('V25 TRACKER'!H:H,(C15=Cargo!E:E)*(B10=Cargo!K:K))
 

Bobsie0202

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Hi & welcome to MrExcel.
How about
Excel Formula:
=PROPER(filter('V25 TRACKER'!H:H,(C15=Cargo!E:E)*(B10=Cargo!K:K))
Thanks so much Fluff, that seemed to work. How would I copy that down on the sheet and 'B10' remains the same in each formula?
 

Fluff

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You can lock it like
Excel Formula:
=PROPER(filter('V25 TRACKER'!H:H,(C15=Cargo!E:E)*(B$10=Cargo!K:K))
 

Bobsie0202

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You can lock it like
Excel Formula:
=PROPER(filter('V25 TRACKER'!H:H,(C15=Cargo!E:E)*(B$10=Cargo!K:K))
I can't thank you enough!! If I may if you have time, when there is nothing for the formula to pick up it says CALC! is there a way for it say say something else such as NA or not registered? Happy to leave it if not.
 

Fluff

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How about
Excel Formula:
=PROPER(FILTER('V25 TRACKER'!H:H,(C15=Cargo!E:E)*(B$10=Cargo!K:K),"N/A"))
 
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Fluff

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You're welcome & thanks for the feedback.
 
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