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Lookup: Advanced Index Match

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Sometimes your data is not organized in nice easy to read tables. Rather, it is all compiled in one single list and you don’t want to go bother the IT department about the data…so, you are going to have to manage on your own. This video demonstrates how to match multiple criteria in a lookup function to find exactly what you need – even when your data is not super organized. Master this trick and the IT worker may be asking you for advice next time! Ok, not likely but it’s still really cool:)

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Lookup-Blank.xlsx Lookup-Complete.xlsx

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    Xexilia May 13, 2016 - 1:51 AM

    You really found a way to make this whole preoscs easier.

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