Lookup value in table

Posted on 2013-01-21
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Hello Experts,

The attached file has a table with air freight prices.

I'm looking for compact way to look up the correct cost/kg  based on the Airport and Weight.

Question by:tomfolinsbee
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Try this file using match and lookup and after modifying the weights header
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1) In E1:J1, change your weight thresholds to be actual numbers, e.g. -45, 45, 100, 300, 500, 1000

2) Apply the following custom number format to E1:J1 if you still want them to display in kg:


3) Use a formula like this to get the shipping rate:


Sample file attached.

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Thank you!

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