Multiple Criteria, One Answer


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mark.wolven

I have some dirty data and I want to arrange it into a cross reference kind of table and be able to filter it later, maybe.

The data looks something like this.

(below represents Range AA1:AC4 - for example.)
Team Depth Player Name
GB QB1 Aaron Rodgers
GB QB3 Graham Harrell
GB QB2 Vince Young

In a different part of the workbook, I want a formula that will take the input "GB" say from cell A1 and the input "QB2" from cell B1 and have the result "Vince Young" populate cell C1.
 
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Claus Busch

Hi,

Am Fri, 23 Aug 2013 12:36:31 -0700 (PDT) schrieb (e-mail address removed):
(below represents Range AA1:AC4 - for example.)
Team Depth Player Name
GB QB1 Aaron Rodgers
GB QB3 Graham Harrell
GB QB2 Vince Young

In a different part of the workbook, I want a formula that will take the input "GB" say from cell A1 and the input "QB2" from cell B1 and have the result "Vince Young" populate cell C1.

try:
=INDEX($AC$1:$AC$100,MATCH(A1&B1,$AA$1:$AA$100&$AB$1:$AB$100,0))
and enter the array formula with CTRL+Shift+Enter


Regards
Claus B.
 

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