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I have a value in Sheet1 cell C1.  I need to search for this value on sheet 9 row 1.  When found, copy that columns data onto sheet 13 cell a1.
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If you find the value of C1 in D1 of sheet9 what do you want to put in sheet13?
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I would like the data from D1:D25 into sheet13 A1
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Try entering this in A1 of sheet 13 and then copy down.
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=INDEX(Sheet9!1:1,,MATCH(Sheet1!$C$1,Sheet9!$1:$1,0))
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Getting a N/A value.  In C1 i have the value of "KOTT"  in sheet 9 there is a string of data in each cell on row 1. Example of the data on sheet 9 is below

A1: KBUE 031752Z AO2 SLP134 T02440150 10244 20139 58011 $  
B1: KOTT 031752Z AO2  T02440150 10244 20139 58011 $  
C1: KRRE  031752Z AO2  T02440150 10244 20139 58011 4711 BKN

So I would need the data from B1,
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Then try

=INDEX(Sheet9!1:1,,MATCH(Sheet1!$C$1&"*",Sheet9!$1:$1,0))
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It worked, just one other peice there is data listed below B1 doen to B50, how do i get it to copy B1 to B50.
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=Sheet9!B1

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=Sheet13!B1


and then copy down
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