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2 Responses

  1. Luis says:

    Excel IS Hell, my friend! I like how you threw that in´╗┐ there. I really appreciate your in-depth explanation of How, as well as WHY, everything worked the way it did! I’ve been using a lot of Vlookups, and needed a reversed perspective on the method to see if I could utilize it in some way. I’m working on figuring out how to combine V and H lookup functions, inside a conditional IF scenario to yield certain text results in the cells that qualify. Perhaps you could help me with this? Please

    • Analyst says:

      Hi Luis

      If you can send a sample / dummy file with examples of the kind of results you’re trying to obtain, I can assist further.

      vlookups and hlookups are usually used separately, so I’d need to see an example of what you describe to assist further, as the solution could be simple.


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