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So basically I am looking to build a formula that would take this information and return a text value.

if it could work anything like this sumproduct formula to bring back text that would be awesome:
=SUMPRODUCT(--(A1:A10="7654321"),--(B1:B10="ABCDE"),--(C1:C10="3"),D1:D10)

But instead of a formula that returns a sum of values, the return is a single value. The three criteria will always be unique. There will never be a case where there is a duplicate of all three.

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