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Need Help Converting an Excel formula to work on multi sheet

Matt Pinkston
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Last Modified: 2014-11-27
I currently have the following formula (below) which works great but I now need to tweak it to work multi sheet.

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My workbook now has the following tabs

DHC Detal
Scores

before in column AB I had the formula above but now rather than look at the existing sheet line it needs to look at TAB Scores and when the value in DHC Detail column A has a match somewhere in Scores Column A then the formula would look at the value in Scores column E
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