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I have an XLS with two tabs

Main
wBPS

in Main I want a formula in a column that will look at MAIN column A and wBPS column A and when there is a match I want the contents of that cell to be http://www.test.com?ID= and the value from wBPS column C.  When there is no match there should be nothing in the column
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Rgonzo1971 earned 2000 total points
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Hi,

pls try with xlsx or xlsxm

=IFERROR(HYPERLINK(" http://www.test.com?ID="&VLOOKUP(A3,wBPS!A3:C5,3)),"")

or with xls

=IF(ISERROR(VLOOKUP(A3,wBPS!A3:C5,3)),"",HYPERLINK(" http://www.test.com?ID="&VLOOKUP(A3,wBPS!A3:C5,3)))


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