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and column C "North"

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Entered as an array formula, ie Ctrl+Shift+Enter for validation instead of regular Enter:

=MAX(IF($B$1:$B$23="Project",IF($C$1:$C$23="North",$A$1:$A$23)))

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Perfect.
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