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    I have about 10 columns of data that I need to have formulas for..
    I got a formula from here for column A.. so.. any future formula's cant be the VLOOKUP.

    I have the following data to apply to all the text on column D -

    shirt =4x
    pants =4x
    hat =8x
    shoes =4x
    gloves =8x

    X is a constant value dedicated to cell A2 of the "admin" sheet.. all the text is on sheet 2 .

    ANy suggestions? Hopefully if I can get this formula going I can use the same format for additional column formulas.

    THANKS in advance!


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    Hi vampcatt:
    It is not clear what you are looking for ... please explain what you want to do especially the logic -- then we can work on the associated syntax and the formulas!
    Regards!

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    Also, why this ?

    so.. any future formula's cant be the VLOOKUP.
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    Your information is not very clear.

    What do you put in the 10 columns?

    Why can you not use Vlookup?

    Can you give a very concise example?

    What result do you want to achieve?

    What calculation require a formula?

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    OK.. let me get together a little better example with some more info..
    I thought Vlookup could only be used on the first column of a spreadsheet?

    Let me get my examples together and will repost.. sorry.. lol

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    On 2002-03-23 08:44, vampcatt wrote:


    I have about 10 columns of data that I need to have formulas for..
    I got a formula from here for column A.. so.. any future formula's cant be the VLOOKUP.

    I have the following data to apply to all the text on column D -

    shirt =4x
    pants =4x
    hat =8x
    shoes =4x
    gloves =8x

    X is a constant value dedicated to cell A2 of the "admin" sheet.. all the text is on sheet 2 .

    ANy suggestions? Hopefully if I can get this formula going I can use the same format for additional column formulas.

    THANKS in advance!

    You could make a 2-column list of all items, say, in the Admin sheet:

    {"gloves ",8;
    "hat ",8;
    "pants ",4;
    "shirt ",4;
    "shoes ",4}

    Select all of the cells of this list and give it a name, e.g., FLIST (from factor list).

    The usage would be, given that you have,

    'shirt' in A2 and 25 in B2 as quantity, you can compute the total in C2 by:

    =B2*VLOOKUP(A2,FLIST,2,0)*Price

    where Price=X.

    Aladin



    [ This Message was edited by: Aladin Akyurek on 2002-03-23 09:53 ]

    [ This Message was edited by: Aladin Akyurek on 2002-03-23 09:54 ]

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