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Posted on 2016-11-03
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EE Pros,

I've been through the training; used the model; exercised the help..... and for some reason, cannot get VLOOKUP to work for filling out a table.  SEE F38.

Can you take a look?

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RadarChartMultiVariablev5.xlsm
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Question by:Bright01
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Ryan Chong earned 300 total points
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use this formula for cell F38:

=OFFSET($F$29,MATCH(F15,F$30:F$34,0),-1)

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and drag it for the similar cells.
RadarChartMultiVariablev5_b.xlsm
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by:ProfessorJimJam
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use VLOOKUP with choose.

here it is put this in F38 =VLOOKUP(F15,CHOOSE({1,2},$F$30:$F$34,$E$30:$E$34),2,0)
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by:Bright01
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Great job guys...... I actually tried Ryan's solution out first and since it worked well, used it.  Appreciate the effort and it was a big help.  

I've added another question concerning the model.  Hope you will take a look.

https://www.experts-exchange.com/questions/28980922/Macro-help-for-checking-and-unchecking-cells.html

Thanks again,

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