Hello Michael,

To find a match and go down 1 row and right 1 column you can use INDEX/MATCH, e.g.

=INDEX(Info!B$2:B$61,MATCH($F$1,Info!A$1:A$60,0))

[Note that the first range is "offset" by 1 row and column from the range in the MATCH function]

If F1 matches with A40, for example, that formula will give you the value in B41. You can change the outcome by changing the first range (in the INDEX function) accordingly.

I'm not clear where the +40 hours value comes from, post back if you can't amend the above for that.....

regards, barry

To find a match and go down 1 row and right 1 column you can use INDEX/MATCH, e.g.

=INDEX(Info!B$2:B$61,MATCH

[Note that the first range is "offset" by 1 row and column from the range in the MATCH function]

If F1 matches with A40, for example, that formula will give you the value in B41. You can change the outcome by changing the first range (in the INDEX function) accordingly.

I'm not clear where the +40 hours value comes from, post back if you can't amend the above for that.....

regards, barry