Vlookup different worksheets Excel

I am a bit rusty with Vlookups, I have a workbook contains a few wkshts,  I need to create a third sheet that displays the Facility Code (FC), however the original wksht have different data types in the same columns.  How do I use vlookup to limit the data to the rows of data where the FC contains the actual FC code,

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10/28/2015
27-Oct-15
28-Oct-15
29-Oct-15
3-Nov-15
31-Oct-15
1-Nov-15
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30-Oct-15
6-Nov-15
7-Nov-15
10/27/2015
27-Oct-15
26-Oct-15
28-Oct-15
29-Oct-15
3-Nov-15
31-Oct-15
1-Nov-15
4-Nov-15
5-Nov-15
2-Nov-15
30-Oct-15
6-Nov-15
10/26/2015
27-Oct-15
26-Oct-15
25-Oct-15
28-Oct-15
29-Oct-15
3-Nov-15
31-Oct-15
1-Nov-15
4-Nov-15
5-Nov-15
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30-Oct-15
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10/28/2015
27-Oct-15
28-Oct-15
Karen SchaeferBI ANALYSTAsked:
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ProfessorJimJamCommented:
can u upload a sample file?
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Patrick MatthewsCommented:
It is unclear what you are trying to do.  Please take another crack at stating your question, preferably including a sample file (scrubbed first of any sensitive data).
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Karen SchaeferBI ANALYSTAuthor Commented:
thanks for your time, however, I chose to use Power query instead.
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Karen SchaeferBI ANALYSTAuthor Commented:
Please close chose another route to resolve issue.
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