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Lookup function help in excel 2007

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I have different invoice numbers in column A. I want to be able to match them up with a tracking number from another worksheet. The workbook would then show the invoice number in column A and the corresponding tracking number in column B
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You will also need to link the two spreadsheets together
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Here are my 2 files. Test1 file2 and test1 file1.

I want file 2 to match column A with column C.
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Here are my 2 files. Test1 file2 and test1 file1.

I want file 2 to match column A with column C.
Test1-file2.xlsx
Test1-file1.xlsx
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