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Posted on 2012-03-20
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I have a spreadsheet that I have attached.

Worksheet:     FA

I want to find the corresponding row in worksheet "revenue".  Find the matching row in worksheet "Revenue" for each Individual Last Name in Worksheet "FA" and return the corresponding  Revenue (col J)

Example:

FA!Column C                                    Revenue!ColumnH                         Revenue!Col J

ALEXANDER-DONCEL                       ALEXANDER-DONCEL                       $256,404.94
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Dear,

I have modify the file like request.

Best Regards
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