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Help translate the #headers syntax to norwegian

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I'm trying to use the function below in a Norwegian Excel version:
MATCH(TableName[[#Headers], [ColumnName]], TableName[#Headers], 0)
(from the site http://www.techiebirdsnest.com/2007/12/cool-excel-vlookup-tip.html)

I know the Norwegian name for MATCH but can't find the Norwegians translation for #Headers.

If someone could answear with this formula used in a attached english Excel file i would really appreciate it. I belive Excel will translate the formula to Norwegian syntax when I open in my Excel.
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Rgonzo1971 earned 2000 total points
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HI,

Here a file with the formula
NorgeTable.xlsx
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Thank you! Just what I needed.
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