Index formula - using two columns to match

Good Day Experts,

I have a MS Excel 2010 workbook (attached) with two speadsheets (Groupdates andGroupMemberCount) in which I wanted to match the totals from GroupMemberCount to Groupdates.  I am using the Index function.  However, the IFERROR does not always remove the #N/A.  Would you know why?  

Also, I searched the two spreadsheet and the groups do show in both spreadsheets and is returning the right number per the match in the total column from one spreadsheet to the other. But for the same group with a different account the number may be different, how can I rewrite the index formula to return the right total based on the account and the group column.

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Saurabh Singh TeotiaCommented:
Since you are picking number values..You can use another formula to do this.. What the tricky part was since your values in the raw data were different then the original can do something like this to do what you are looking for...

BeeyenAuthor Commented:
Good Day Saurabh Singh Teotia

Look good but long.  In your example why aren't the totals picked up for line10, 12, & 13?
Saurabh Singh TeotiaCommented:
Perhaps you can do something like this..Now for ones which shows Zero you will see no value for them...


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