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Index/Match with Multiple Criteria

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2 Worksheets , lets say a and be

Look for "C11 on Sheet B" in "Sheet A Range A44:A73"
Look for "A18 on Sheet B" in "Sheet A Range N44:N73"
When the match is found the formula Should return the matching value om Sheet A Column D
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Is the value in column D numeric?

If so you may be able to use the SUMIFS function:

=SUMIFS(SheetA!D44:D73,SheetA!A44:A73,C11,SheetA!N44:N73,A18)

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