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Hi Experts,

I have attached my file as an example:  Combined-Inventory.xlsx

Inside of this file, there are two sheets.  The main sheet where I need my data to go (Combined) and another sheet which has data I need to reference.
Sheet 1
And the second sheet contains data like this:  
Sheet 2
I need to reference the PLU numbers to the amount we counted.  If someone could help me with the HAVO section, I could understand the formula enough where I could do our other areas (HALE, KAHO, PUHO, PUHE, Etc).

I think this requries a vlookup formula.... but I could be wrong.
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Here you go. File is attached.
Copy-of-Combined-Inventory.xlsx
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This formula would remove the NA values and replace them with 0. Place it in F4 and copy down.

=IF(ISNA(VLOOKUP(B4,HAVO!A:B,2,FALSE))=TRUE,0,VLOOKUP(B4,HAVO!A:B,2,FALSE))
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