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INDEX/MATCH CHALLENGE

Posted on 2014-12-19
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Hi I am a VLOOKUP user and I know that using Index/match is better to use but I am having some difficult in writing the function.   I have multiple criteria pulling from different worksheets.   In the attached workbook the data source is XXBA and all the data is being populated on the Match worksheet.  The goal is to have 1 row with a center name (based on center name and store #) and then populate the Status Type in column I from XXBA to columns E-I on Match depending on the value.

Could someone help me with this.

Thanks
EE-Index-Match-2014.12.19.xlsx
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Ejgil Hedegaard earned 500 total points
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Like this in E2
=IFERROR(INDEX(XXBA!$I$5:$I$204,MATCH($A2&$D2&E$1,INDEX(XXBA!$B$5:$B$204&XXBA!$E$5:$E$204&XXBA!$H$5:$H$204,,),0),1),"")

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Only the first row match both Center Name and Store number.
See file with the unique values from XXBA below.
EE-Index-Match-2014.12.19.xlsx
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by:jmac001
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Thank you, can do single values, still trying to master multiple criteria.
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