vblookup

Experts,

If I have columns that I am trying to pull data from using a VB lookup from multiple named ranges, the contain the same literal except for the state, is there a way to do this without changing the original input.

Example :
Range NY                                                                                        Range NJ
ColumnA                                       Columnb                              ColumnA                  ColumnB
NY membership                           25                                           NJ Membership          50

I would like  to use the same vblookup to populate the following column if possible  The column I am trying to match on in the vblookup
does not have the State.  Is this possible?

columna
 Membership        =vlookup(A1,NY,1,0)
moriniaAdvanced Analytics AnalystAsked:
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ProfessorJimJamCommented:
i do not know what is VBLOOKUP. are you referring to the Vlookup?

you can use wildcard in vlookup to get what you need

=VLOOKUP("*"&A1,NY,1,0)
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