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Hello,
Im trying to have a formula in Column "D" ,  check if Number in Column "A" is in Column "K", THEN return value from Column "N".

=LOOKUP(A3,$K$3:$K$100,$N$3:$N$100)

Can you please help,
see attached sample.
thanks,
sample.xlsx
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nutsch earned 1200 total points
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Use

=VLOOKUP(A3,$K$3:$N$100,4,0)

A3: value sought
$K$3:$N$100: range in the leftmost column of which the value is sought, and which contains the column to be returned
4: number of the column to return in the range
0: if your values are not sorted and you don't want approximate matches.

If you want to avoid the #N/A, use

=IFERROR(VLOOKUP(A3,$K$3:$N$100,4,0),"")

Thomas
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Thank you very much.
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