Make Numbers In Formula Stay The Same
I have a formula:
=INDEX('Part Info'!E1:E300,MATCH(1,('Part Info'!A1:A300=A1)*('Part Info'!B1:B300=B1),0))
I want the E1:E300 to stay E1:E300 when I drag it down but I want the A1 for example to change to A2, A3, A4 and etc.
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