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I have an XLS with two tabs

SITES & Stage

In Sites I would like to add a column that is column C from tab Stage when Sites Column H has a hit in Stage Column A
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Question by:Matt Pinkston
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Try this.

=VLOOKUP(H2, Stage!A:C, 3, 0)
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In case the formula above isn't what you want, please attach an example sheet?
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