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Hi guys,

I have an excel spreadsheet that I'm using to keep track of employee projects.

I'm using drop down lists to select the employee. I want to be able to determine the pay rate of the employee and if no employee is select, show a blank value.

example:

IF  D3 = BLANK then show BLANK, if D3 = "John Doe" then 25, if D3 = "Bob Smith" then 28

i Googled, but couldn't find anything close to what I'm doing.
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put a list on sheet1 with in column A your employee names, in column B your rate.

now, on the page where you have your drop down, put this formula where you want the rate to be

=iferror(vlookup(d3,sheet1!$A$1:$B$100,2,0),0)
for excel 2007-2010

or
=if(isna(vlookup(d3,sheet1!$A$1:$B$100,2,0),0,vlookup(d3,sheet1!$A$1:$B$100,2,0))

In addition, you can also use that list as the source for your dropdown.

Thomas
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