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Mar 7, 2012

I have this function that checks a postcode and returns a value using the first part of the postcode.

What i would like to know is how to modify the function so if there is only the first part of a postcode already entered, it looks for that.

At the moment sometimes i get #N/A even though i know that value is in there.


=INDEX(U$4:U$1068,LOOKUP(1068,MATCH(IF({0,1},LEFT(B338,FIND(" ",B338)-1),LEFT(B338,1+ISERR(MID(B338,2,1)+0))),T$4:T$1068,0)))

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