Populating cells based on an input in Excel

What I've done is that on cell D8 I enter a part number and it populates other cells using the naming manager and an offset formula....that works great.  It gets that data from the Cabinet_data tab.

But what I'm trying to do next is by entering the part number in cell D8 I wanted to pull associated data from the Part Tab.  For example on the attachment everything highlighted in red is what I want populated when I enter the part number in D8 for example.
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Ryan ChongBusiness Systems Analyst , ex-Senior Application EngineerCommented:
try the array formula that similar to how you do that for Description/ Vendor/ Cabinet.


=IF(ISERROR(INDEX(Table_BEAR_v2.0.accdb3,SMALL(IF(Table_BEAR_v2.0.accdb3=<Compare Value>,ROW(Table_BEAR_v2.0.accdb3)),ROW(1:1)),2)),"",INDEX(Table_BEAR_v2.0.accdb3,SMALL(IF(Table_BEAR_v2.0.accdb3=<Compare Value>,ROW(Table_BEAR_v2.0.accdb3)),ROW(1:1))-1,<Column Number>))

How To Return Multiple Match Values in Excel Using INDEX-MATCH or VLOOKUP

check attached for illustration.
LUIS FREUNDAuthor Commented:
Awesome.....I like it.  Works perfect!  

Quick question.  If the part number is blank can the information be blank as well until you enter a part number?  I'm afraid the user will get confused.
Ryan ChongBusiness Systems Analyst , ex-Senior Application EngineerCommented:
If the part number is blank can the information be blank as well until you enter a part number?

you can add a IF checking in your formula, like:

=IF($D$8="","", <existing formula>)

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anyway, I have revised what i proposed to have a shorter formula.

such as:


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(Array formula)

check attached for more details.

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LUIS FREUNDAuthor Commented:
PERFECT!!!!  Thank you very much Ryan!
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