# Index/ Match Formula

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#### Guest

In my index/ match formula, what does the A3= reference. My sheets are set
up this way:
Sheet 1
A B C D E F
Market Prod Type List \$ Dist\$ Markup New List\$

Sheet 2
A B C D
Market Prod Type List% Dist%
100% 80%
INDEX('Price Reference'!D3200,MATCH(1,(A3='Price
Reference'!A3:A200)*('Price Reference'!B3:B200)))

I want whatever can be substituted for A3 to match the Market/ Prod Type in
a range A1:A200. I am hoping the A3 is doing that, but I think it is just
referencing the one cell.

Thank you Dave Peterson for helping me with the formula and thank you in

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#### Bob Phillips

It is matching A3 against the array of values in Price Reference A3:A200,
and if the equivalent cell in B is not 0, it returns the value in C.

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HTH

Bob Phillips

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#### Guest

Great! Thank You!

Bob Phillips said:
It is matching A3 against the array of values in Price Reference A3:A200,
and if the equivalent cell in B is not 0, it returns the value in C.

--
HTH

Bob Phillips

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