Problem reading correct column

Posted on 2014-03-25
Last Modified: 2014-03-25
The attached spreadsheet "Men" tab has three sections:

When I select the first Category, "Column" I an getting the correct Topic and Description.
However (and I have only done one in the second Category, "Line" with one Topic and Description) I am not getting the correct information and I am stuck. The information I am getting is coming from the second column in the worksheet "Topics" and not from the 3rd column.  
I'm sure that the when the problem is identified lights will go off once again.
Question by:Frank Freese
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nutsch earned 500 total points
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Your name definition for List


should be on column C:



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by:Frank Freese
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Thank you very much!
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Glad to help.


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