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# How can I bring back the last true value between two ranges?

Posted on 2011-09-14
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This bring back the first, I now would like to bring back the last
=INDEX(E22:J22,MATCH(1,INDEX((COUNTIF(\$R\$2:\$R\$17,E22:J22)>0)+0,0),0))
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Hello,

like this:

=INDEX(E22:J22,MATCH(1,INDEX((COUNTIF(\$R\$2:\$R\$17,E22:J22)>0)+0,0),1))

cheers, teylyn
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That what I'm already doing
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If I was looking for a true value it would be the last true value, not the first.  In this case it would be 3
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ID: 36546286
My formula is different from yours. Have you tried it?
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ID: 36546339
It might help to see your data. This one also works in my tests

=INDEX(E22:J22,MATCH(2,INDEX((COUNTIF(\$R\$2:\$R\$17,E22:J22)>0)+0,0),1))
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Ingeborg Hawighorst (Microsoft MVP / EE MVE) earned 2000 total points
ID: 36546342
see attached
Book3.xlsx
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The formula I suggested works, as is demonstrated in the file attached in comment 36546342.
Suggest to accept that as the solution.
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