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# 2010 Excel Vlookup works fine except on item search

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=IF(VLOOKUP(A1117,'Historical Detail'!$A$2:$E$96,5,FALSE),VLOOKUP(J1117-0.02,H(J1117,Payouta,0)),VLOOKUP(J1117,Grid,2,FALSE),VLOOKUP(J1117,OffGrid,2,FALSE)))

I am at wits end because this problem makes no sense!

The above formula works great except in 1 scenario: a rate of 82% on which the 2% is subtracted. The 2nd vlookup does not seem to see the 80% on the Grid. It sees it when it doesn't have to subtract and it sees it for every other number of the Grid--there are 10 lines on the grid and 91 other instances where the Grid works. Any suggestions as to why this won't work?

I have made sure the Historical Detail range includes the 2 instances and copied the formatting from other cells in the Grid.

On the Function Arguments window for the 2nd vlookup, is there a way to expand the items shown in the window?

Thank you.

Pat

=IF(VLOOKUP(A1117,'Histori

**Grid**,2,FALSE),IF(ISNUMBER(MATC

I am at wits end because this problem makes no sense!

The above formula works great except in 1 scenario: a rate of 82% on which the 2% is subtracted. The 2nd vlookup does not seem to see the 80% on the Grid. It sees it when it doesn't have to subtract and it sees it for every other number of the Grid--there are 10 lines on the grid and 91 other instances where the Grid works. Any suggestions as to why this won't work?

I have made sure the Historical Detail range includes the 2 instances and copied the formatting from other cells in the Grid.

On the Function Arguments window for the 2nd vlookup, is there a way to expand the items shown in the window?

Thank you.

Pat

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Round didn't help, Saurabh, but thank you for responding.

The 2nd vlookup does the math correctly to get to 80%, it just doesn't find it on the grid. Could the fact that there is an 82% on the grid be causing the problem?

Pat

The 2nd vlookup does the math correctly to get to 80%, it just doesn't find it on the grid. Could the fact that there is an 82% on the grid be causing the problem?

Pat

Is it possible to have a look over sample file?? Because without looking over it's hard to say whats really happening..

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Here is the document.

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Here is the document.

Sample-Summary-Qtrly-Report.xlsx

Sample-Summary-Qtrly-Report.xlsx

Can you help me connect which value is it that you get an error?? Also tell me the guy name because your assumptions changes for each guy...

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The names that don't work are: Don Tho, Louise and Ever (pg 24). The Level for these should come up at 1,300 rather than #N/A.

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Saurabh, thank you! I'm curious, why does using a 0 rather then False work?

It's not 0 ..even if you write false it will works..Its round formula which is making that change what it does it rounds it down to 2 decimals there by making the formula work...

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Thank you so much! I have been so frustrated by this problem. I've spent hours trying to figure it out!! Have a great day.

Pat

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Saurabh...