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    I have made this formula and the criteria is not working properly. =VLOOKUP($G$2,emplist,2,1)

    G2 is the social sec # I input

    emplist is the database of name, dept, ss#, title.

    The right criteria appears for title & dept.

    However, for the name it appears a different name other than the ss# specified. What is wrong?


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    On 2002-03-13 17:10, Anonymous wrote:
    I have made this formula and the criteria is not working properly. =VLOOKUP($G$2,emplist,2,1)

    G2 is the social sec # I input

    emplist is the database of name, dept, ss#, title.



    The right criteria appears for title & dept.

    However, for the name it appears a different name other than the ss# specified. What is wrong?

    try =VLOOKUP($G$2,emplist,2,false)

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    That worked, thanks.

    On 2002-03-13 17:16, SamS wrote:
    On 2002-03-13 17:10, Anonymous wrote:
    I have made this formula and the criteria is not working properly. =VLOOKUP($G$2,emplist,2,1)

    G2 is the social sec # I input

    emplist is the database of name, dept, ss#, title.



    The right criteria appears for title & dept.

    However, for the name it appears a different name other than the ss# specified. What is wrong?

    try =VLOOKUP($G$2,emplist,2,false)

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