# choose match formula

G

#### Guest

I am running a workbook with various versions of the below formula:
=CHOOSE(MATCH(\$D\$5,{"Select reporting Month
","JAN07","FEB07","MAR07","APR07","MAY07","JUN07","JUL07","AUG07","SEP07","OCT07","NOV07","DEC07"},0),JAN07!F14,JAN07!E\$11,FEB07!E\$11,MAR07!E\$11,APR07!E\$11,MAY07!E\$11,JUN07!E\$11,JUL07!E\$11,AUG07!E\$11,SEP07!E\$11,OCT07!E\$11,NOV07!E\$11,DEC07!E\$11)

I need to make the next formula in the same manner. I need to include all 12
months
=IF(ISERROR(IF(D5="APR07",VLOOKUP(D6,APR07!D16:AB600,4,FALSE),IF(D5="MAY07",VLOOKUP(D6,MAY07!D16:AB600,4,FALSE),IF(D5="JUN07",VLOOKUP(D6,JUN07!D16:AB600,4,FALSE),"No
Data")))),"No
Responses",IF(D5="APR07",VLOOKUP(D6,APR07!D16:AB600,4,FALSE),IF(D5="MAY07",VLOOKUP(D6,MAY07!D16:AB600,4,FALSE),IF(D5="JUN07",VLOOKUP(D6,JUN07!D16:AB600,4,FALSE),"No Data"))))

Thanks for any help

G

#### Guest

You could try the INDIRECT() function

=VLOOKUP(D6,INDIRECT(D5&"!D16:AB600"),4,FALSE)

G

#### Guest

it works!!!!
you rock!!!!

Duke Carey said:
You could try the INDIRECT() function

=VLOOKUP(D6,INDIRECT(D5&"!D16:AB600"),4,FALSE)