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easy one: vlookup index match = nada

Posted on 2012-03-13
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if I match the contents of 2 cells on 2 separate sheets like this I get TRUE

=A2='Products'!a2

if I do a vlookup or index/match I get #n/a
=MATCH(A2,ProductsArray,0)

what's going on? I copied just the values to new sheets to avoid any potential formating issues

still the same... :'(
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barry houdini earned 500 total points
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Is ProductsArray a single column (or row)?

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by:sullisnyc44
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Ah. it is now. d'oh.

thank you.
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