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Excel Lookup Function, need help!

Dear Experts,

I need help writing what I would expect to be a simple VLookup, but i'm finding it difficult to grasp learning vlookups and need assistance.

Here is what I want logically in a cell:

If value in cell ### exists in the first column of range/array ### (only two columns wide), then show the value of the cell in the second column where the first cell was looked up.

If that doesn't make any sense, then I wouldn't be surprised. Please ask me for clarification.
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8/22/2022 - Mon

If your first cell is A1, and your range is B1:C10 then this should work:


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Perfect, thank you.
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