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I have one spreadsheet with two tabs

USPS Employees
users

In USPS Employees I have a bunch of columns but the key ones are

B - SFDCID
F - Email

on the second tab users the key columns are

A - ID
Q - email

what I would like to do is fill USPS Employees (Column B) SFDCID with column A from users when USPS Employees (Column F) = users (Column Q)
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Question by:Matt Pinkston
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Hi,  pinkstonmp.

Please see attached.  Which version of Excel are you using? If it's 2007 or higher then there's a much more efficient formula.

Regards,
Brian.Get-ID.xls
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... and here it is...Get-ID.xlsx
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Thanks, pinkstonmp.
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