Match And Index To Find A Value Within A Named Range

Nov 12, 2008

Is it possible to use Match to find a value within a Named range and then, based on that value, use Match and Index again to find a value two columns across?

I have a list of clients in Column A, with 10 cells between each. In Column B, I have a list of currencies (the same currencies next to each client) and in Column C the rate this client pays for this currency. I want to reference these rates from an external workbook. Is there any way to use Match to locate the client name, then use Index/Match to locate the rate for a particular currency, somehow telling Excel where to look the second time?

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I am struggling with a INDEX,MATCH and MAX formula. I am trying to retrieve values from column E with two criteria:

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2. That the date in column A is the closest before date for a lookup date

I have attached an example file.

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Code:
Dim Ticker As Long, Tick As Range, TIK As Range, RoleDt As Long, RD As Range, endDate As Variant
Ticker = Range("F" & Rows.Count).End(xlUp).Row
RoleDt = Range("E" & Rows.Count).End(xlUp).Row
Set TIK = Range("F2:F" & Ticker)
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1.Chooses between Dep or W-O Dep
2.Chooses Rank
3.Chooses State
4.Chooses City

Here are my questions.
How can I filter down the cities so that if I chose Texas for example, only the cities from Texas would show up in my combo box?

I have figured out the formula to display the results from the w dep sheet but cannot get the information from the w-o dep sheet. Here is the formula Im using.......

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In N42:N72 there is a corresponding $ amount that I would like to return based on finding the value which is greater than 4.7 (so, looking to match the $$ amount to the number 5 in column H42:H72)

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I'm using Index/Match to find a value in another workbook, but there is one value that I want to ignore. For example here is my function --

=INDEX(ZZANALYSIS_PATTERN.xls!$A:$H,MATCH(D8,ZZANALYSIS_PATTERN.xls!$G:$G,0),2)

In D8, the value is Blue. Here is an example with made-up values (X is meaningless values) --

A B C D E F G
X Apple X X X X Blue
X Pie X X X X Blue

When I use the function, I want it to retrieve Pie, but it always retrieves Apple. Is there a way to ignore Apple? I've tried throwing "Apple" in there a couple different ways, but nothing is working. Or, if I can search from the bottom up, that would work as well.

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I've used the below formula to fill column D with the name of the cheapest supplier for the parts listed in each row.

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Is there a way to fill columns E & F with the 2nd & 3rd cheapest suppliers?

My table is shown below:

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I am trying to write a formula which finds the last instance of a number greater than 30 in a column (B). The values are not sorted from smallest to largest as they correspond to a time series (A) which needs to be preserved. Ultimately, I want the formula to return the time at which this value occurs, but I think I can do that bit using INDEX

I have a formula to give the first instance (row number) of a number above 30, which seems to work, but beacuse I don't fully understand how it works I can't modify it to give the last instance. The formula is:

=MATCH(1,INDEX(--(B2:B883>=30),0),0)

Having only just learnt how to use MATCH and INDEX, I thought each should have 3 arguments, so I'm confused about how the 4 arguments here work. Also I can't find much on using logic functions within INDEX. Can someone explain this formula, and suggest how I might go about finding the last instance please?

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Code:
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I am working on a data entry sheet time and I am running into a wall. I am trying to code intelligence into sheet so that the user doesn't have to enter as much data.

I am using Excel for Mac, 2011, 14.2.3, But I would like to be able to have others use it on PC and in Excel 97 - 2004

I am developing a time sheet for work. I am trying to have excel generate the work order # for subsequent jobs.

'Daily Entry Sheet'!$B$8:$B$138 = Date

'Daily Entry Sheet'!$F$8:$F$138 = Property #

'Daily Entry Sheet'!$G$8:$G$138 = Property Location

'Daily Entry Sheet'!$H$8:$H$138 = Work Order Number

Following is what I presently have coded.

The following Works but is not completely as I need.

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I looked for a function similar to the sumif or countif

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=SUMIF(Date,"="&$V6,Total_____Hours)

But I don't need to add the work order numbers.

Countif can give me how many instances property # 919 is used,

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Value
Year2
Value
Year3

[Code]...

look up startpoint

81
78
62
83

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[Code] ......

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