Excel - Vlookup Name Return Value

The attached workbook has a worksheet named "Info". We need to look up the Agent on this worksheet, column A, on the DATA worksheet and return:

1. Errors by agent in DATA/A1:A21 to Info/L2:L9, (highlighted in red), without losing the data if someone sorts by agent or any data in either chart.

2. Coaching by agent in DATA/A25:A33 to Info/N2:N9, (highlighted in red), without losing the data if someone sorts by agent or any data in either chart.

*if possible, we would like all charts to sort from smallest to largest automatically.

NOTE: Information is entered into the "RAW DATA" worksheet and pulled into the "DATA" worksheet. From there the "CHART" and "Info" worksheets pull info from the "DATA" worksheet.
CCS-Central-Error-and-Coaching-Octo.xlsx
Jeremy GilmoreAsked:
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OddyWriterMr.Commented:
1. Errors by agent in DATA/A1:A21 to Info/L2:L9, (highlighted in red), without losing the data if someone sorts by agent or any data in either chart.

Solution:
1. Define name A12:B22 (Sheet:Data) as "ErrorbyAgent"
2. Sheet: Info
2.1 Edit the name (A2:A9) to corrected info (Same as A13:A21 in Sheet:Data) eg "Alex" or "Alexandra", "Devon   " or "Devon".
2.2 input "=VLOOKUP(A2,ErrorbyAgent,2,FALSE)" in L2.

2. Coaching by agent in DATA/A25:A33 to Info/N2:N9, (highlighted in red), without losing the data if someone sorts by agent or any data in either chart.

Solution: Same scenario with above.
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Jeremy GilmoreAuthor Commented:
It comes out as "#NAME?". I tried "_" between the words and capitalized them.
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OddyWriterMr.Commented:
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Jeremy GilmoreAuthor Commented:
Can you tell me what you did? I just copied the formula over to the coaching column, change ErrorsbyAgent to CoachingbyAgent and it gives me the #NAME? invalid name error.
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OddyWriterMr.Commented:
1. Did you create the Name : CoachingbyAgent?

Please follow the steps:
1. Define name A12:B22 (Sheet:Data) as "ErrorbyAgent"
2. Sheet: Info
2.1 Edit the name (A2:A9) to corrected info (Same as A13:A21 in Sheet:Data) eg "Alex" or "Alexandra", "Devon   " or "Devon".
2.2 input "=VLOOKUP(A2,ErrorbyAgent,2,FALSE)" in L2.
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Jeremy GilmoreAuthor Commented:
Got it thank you very much!
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OddyWriterMr.Commented:
Got thanks from questioner.
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