Complex Graphic Output

Posted on 2014-11-05
Last Modified: 2014-11-05
EE Pros,

Teylyn helped produce a fantastic 2 axis graphic for me.  I need one more part to this graphic.  I need to be able to return the value of "Sold" (y-Axis 1) and "Claimed" (y-Axis 2) and the intersection by date.  It's in the Series, but I don't know how to pull it out of the graphic.  For Example, with the graphic attached the number of "Sold" by the QDate should be 45667. And the "Claimed" by the CDate should be 454.  The data I'm trying to pull out fit in cells B32:C33.

Thank you in advance.

Question by:Bright01
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Ejgil Hedegaard earned 500 total points
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Use Index/Match to find the values.
For Q Alert - Sold the formula is =INDEX(Dataset1,1,MATCH($C$7,$D$5:$R$5,0))
See sheet for the others.

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