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# In Excel, how do I lookup the corresponding value of a relatively positioned cell?

Posted on 2011-03-11
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For every value in column A, I need to know the corresponding value  3 cells up and three cells over.

So, I am looking for results that look like cells H6 - I9.  (I don't care where the results are, they can be on a seperate worksheet if needed.)

How do I do this?
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zorvek (Kevin Jones) earned 250 total points
=INDEX(D\$7:D\$27,MATCH(H6,A\$10:A\$30,0),1)

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See attached.

Kevin
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=IF(A10>0,VLOOKUP(A10,H\$6:I\$8,2,FALSE),"")
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Fayaz earned 250 total points
Ealier, I had missed that you need the point "cooresponding value 3 cells up"   See this attachment, both examples included.
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Fayaz: Do you have a normal keyboard with an F5 key on it? Just wondering.
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My apologies to you both.  I was not accurate or specific enough in my original question.  I am awarding you both points, closing without adding to the KB, and will post a better phrased question in another post within 5 minutes.
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