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vlookup formula to pull data between two dates

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Hi Experts Using Excel 2010

i have the following array formula which works within the worksheet but not when the formula is add to another worksheet....
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=INDEX('Data Entry'!BF$19:BF$531,SMALL(IF('Data Entry'!$BF$19:$BF$531>=$C$1,IF('Data Entry'!$BF$19:$BF$531<=$F$1,ROW('Data Entry'!$BF$19:$BF$536)-ROW('Data Entry'!$BF$19)+1)),ROWS(C$6:C6)))

cannot see the error....
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Subodh Tiwari (Neeraj) earned 500 total points
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Make the range reference identical in the formula....
ROW('Data Entry'!$BF$19:$BF$536) should be ROW('Data Entry'!$BF$19:$BF$531)
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Supper star.....doh!!! On my part..thanks
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Posting part two..
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You're welcome.
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