Vlookup Formula with 2 conditions

Hi,
Can you help me with a Vlookup formula for 2 conditions
example:

                           lookup table (value)
                                         
                               cat      0     25
                               cat      1     50
                               cat      3     80
                               dog     0     11
                               dog     1     27
                               dog     7     56

what is value for cat 1      answer 50
what is value for dog 0     answer  11

Many thanks

Ian
Ian BellretiredAsked:
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Roy CoxGroup Finance ManagerCommented:
VLOOKUP will only find the first match, but using a hidden helper column is probably the simplest way

Here's an explanation of using Index/Match as an array formula

INDEX and MATCH with multiple criteria
Formula.xlsx
Subodh Tiwari (Neeraj)Excel & VBA ExpertCommented:
Hi Ian,

There is no need for a helper column. You may try this formula...

=IFERROR(INDEX($C$2:$C$7,MATCH(E2&F2,INDEX($A$2:$A$7&$B$2:$B$7,),0)),"")

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Refer to the attached for more details.
IndexMatch.xlsx
Ian BellretiredAuthor Commented:
Hi Neeraj,

I have attached a spreadsheet hopefully it makes it clearer
Thanks
Ian
lookup2conditions.xlsx
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Subodh Tiwari (Neeraj)Excel & VBA ExpertCommented:
Hi Ian,

Try this to see if this is what you are trying to achieve...

In B14
=IFERROR(INDEX($T$14:$T$4203,MATCH(B$13&$V$14,INDEX($R$14:$R$4203&$S$14:$S$4203,0),0)),"")

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and then copy across.
lookup2conditions.xlsx
Ian BellretiredAuthor Commented:
Not quite right yet Neeraj.
I've attached the sheet with data V14:AK14 same as row 15. This is the data we are looking at.
Therefore row data B14:Q14 and B15:Q15 should also be the same.
I have placed the correct returned values in black in row 15
thanks
lookup2conditionsV2.xlsx
Subodh Tiwari (Neeraj)Excel & VBA ExpertCommented:
I hope I understood your requirement correctly.
Please try this...

In B14
=IFERROR(INDEX($T$14:$T$4203,MATCH(B$13&V14,INDEX($R$14:$R$4203&$S$14:$S$4203,0),0)),"")

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Copy across and down.
lookup2conditionsV2.xlsx

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Ian BellretiredAuthor Commented:
Seems to be a number of blank cells and all cells should have a value.
I have given a lookup  example on the attached sheet which I'm sure is an
improvement on my previous attempts.
Thanks for your continued patience
Ian
lookup2conditionsV3.xlsx
Subodh Tiwari (Neeraj)Excel & VBA ExpertCommented:
For formula in F16, the referenced cell Z16 has a number 8.5 actually while you see 9 in Z16 because of cell formatting. Select the cell Z16 and look at the formula bar, you will notice a number 8.5 underneath that cell and there is no combination of DILAC and 8.5 in the lookup data.
If you overwrite the Z16 with 9, the formula will return the output in F16.
Let me know if this is not the case.
Ian BellretiredAuthor Commented:
My apologies Neeraj, the data in the right columns should have been whole numbers. My mistake.
I haphazardly copied data from a wrong sheet.
All okay now.
Thanks a million, genius
Ian
Subodh Tiwari (Neeraj)Excel & VBA ExpertCommented:
You're welcome Ian!
No problem. Glad it is working as desired now.
Thanks for the feedback. :)
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