I've a table containing four columns. If the values in the first two columns match to particular value (eg. A1="xxxx" and B1="yyy"), I need to return the value in the third column to the fourth column.
Can anybody help??? Thanks in advance.
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As I said in my previous post, if there is more then one value to return, then use the second formula. You will need to change the formula as in the first post you wanted to return a value from the third column.
Hi Kevin - this formula is exactly what I need in my sheet - I've replicated the above example and it works perfectly - but in my own sheet the data is located in columns B, C & F with the header rows at Row 4. I cant figure out how I can transpose the above formula into my own sheet. I'm guessing it is something to do with the ROW elements.
I am looking to check the criteria in C & F and then return the value in B