# Relative Lookup Or Index With Negative Row Values

Jan 30, 2009

Below are cell values a1:c6

a 2 1
b 3 3
a 4 5
b 5 3
a 3 7
a 4 2

I want to grab the value from a cell whose position is relative to cell C5 (value= 7).

i.e.
the value from column B
of the first row ABOVE cell c5
with 'b' in column A.

I presume an index statement might do it, but I am unsure how to search for a row above a reference cell.

## Userform Listbox: Check Wether Range Have Negative Values Or Not If Yes Load All Negative Values In The Listbox1 By Clicking Checkbox

Jan 19, 2009

I have data in range J2:J365 , H368:H401 & J403:J827. i want to check wether this range have negative values or not if yes load all negative values in the listbox1 by clicking checkbox.

## Index Match For 3 Lookup Values?

Jun 9, 2014

Here's my table:

2014 2014 2014 2013 2013 2013
Jan Feb Mar Jan Feb Mar
A 56 63 100 78 25 44
B 48 12 74 32 65 97
C 45 85 96 42 82 73

How will I use index match function to get the data that correspond to each criteria? For example I am looking for the value of A in Mar 2013.

## Match And Index With Two Lookup Values

May 30, 2007

I'm trying to do in Excel 2000 that seemed way easier before I tried to write the formula. Any thoughts would be much appreciated.

I have some data setup more or less like this:

1State DeptJan Feb Mar
2California 50128 31 6
3Utah 20119 3 11
4California 20122 49 22
5New York 301 29 51 15
I'm looking to write a formula to retrieve the numerical value located in the cell for a particular month, across from a particular department number and state - so I can plug it into another spreadsheet.

I tried the following formula for January, but I get an "N/A" error when I hit 'Ctrl+Shift+Enter' to use it...

=INDEX(C2:C5,MATCH(1,("Utah"=A2:A5)*("201"=B2:B5),0))
Can you not use static values in this type of formula?

## INDEX / MATCH Using Multiple Static Lookup Values From Dropdown

May 20, 2014

I am trying to do an INDEX/MATCH to return a value based on multiple lookup_values.

The workbook is attached, and what I am trying to accomplish is this:

If 50, 75, or 90 are selected from Column D drop down of this (Main) worksheet, then return Column A, B, and C values for those rows to the Report worksheet.

So in my sample spreadsheet, John, Jim, and Jack's information should be returned on the Report worksheet because their Column D shows 50, 75, and 90. Alice, Wanda, and Cindy's information should not be returned on the Report worksheet because their column D shows Budget Only, Contacting, and 100.

My current INDEX/MATCH formula is =INDEX(Main!\$C2,MATCH(50,Main!\$D2),0), but this only works when column D has 50 chosen because I have only asked MATCH to return info if it finds something with 50 because I do not know how to ask it to search for multiple lookup_values.

So, as you will see, only John's information is returned on the report worksheet, but Jim and Jack's are not.

## Reverse VLookup (Index Match) To Return Multiple Values Based On Single Lookup Criteria

Jul 11, 2012

I have encountered a situation where I need to essentially accomplish a reverse Vlookup (using index match) and return multiple values.

## RSI (relative Strength Index) In VBA

Feb 8, 2010

if anyone has the knowledge here to program RSI via VBA in Excel? I am able to do it without VBA, but it is time consuming and it takes up a lot of space and it just isn't it. Here is the description of what RSI is and the formula needed to calculate it:

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## Index Match But Only Return Value If Cell To Right And Above 1 Is Negative?

Apr 3, 2014

I have an array formula which is working as expected returning the value of column K (offset by -1) if a number of criteria are matched.

[Code].....

The issue I'm having is there are occasionally duplicate values in column W and it's using the first value in its return, which isn't always correct.

Unfortunately due to the limited matches available the only way I can think to identify the correct value is by adding an additional criteria, which is that the correct value would always have a negative in Column X one cell above and to the right of where the value is being retrieved from. If there was no negative it would ignore this result.

Is there any way to add an additional criteria to the formula to stipulate that it must match a negative in column X but one cell above?

## Fastest Lookup Method: Use A Key To Lookup A Value (VLookup, Index/Match, DGet, And The Rest)

Mar 26, 2008

Excel offers many ways to use a key to lookup a value (VLookup, Index/Match, DGet, and the rest). What's the fastest way to perform a lookup of a small table of, say, 30 rows of key-value pairs? Theoretically, it would be most efficient to use a branch table (also known as a jump table). See the wikipedia article for branch tables: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Branch_table. Does Excel/VBA have a way to create a branch table for such lookups?

## Use INDEX To Lookup Multiple Values In Multiple List

Dec 8, 2013

I am using the below array formula in G2 (that I then drag across) to show the score for all the times "mike" appears. I would like to match all the times "mike" OR "red" appears, so that the value in K2 is "99".

=INDEX(\$A\$2:\$C\$9999,SMALL(IF(\$A\$2:\$A\$9999=\$E2,ROW(\$A\$2:\$A\$9999)-1,"hh"),COLUMNS(\$G2:G2)),2)

A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
I
J
K
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name
score
color

[Code] ..........

## Negative Value Lookup Formula

Sep 19, 2007

Possibly to combine If statement and lookup stmt. I have a spreadsheet that calculates principle, interest, and combined pmt amount based on certain amortization and payment frequency. In one cell I would like the expiry date to pull in (the expiry date would be the date that the fund balance would be at zero ie. all payments have been made and principle is nil). I am trying to make a formula that will search down the payment column and when it sees a negative number or zero, it will fill in the expiry date (which is in a second column) that is attached to that figure.

## Ranking With Duplicate Values While Ignoring Zeros And Negative Values

Mar 26, 2014

I'm trying to rank the values in cells S32:S38 in ascending order while ignoring zeros and negative values. I also need to rank duplicate values with a unique ranking, so that no ranking value is repeated. I tried the formula below, but the ranking values start at "2" instead of "1" and I can't figure out how to fix it.

Formula:

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## Convert Absolute Values To Negative Values Based On Criteria

Aug 14, 2008

is it possible to write a macro that will convert absolute values into negative based on criteria? Data gets downloaded from in house system which comes out as all absolute values, now i need the macro to covert absolute values to negative if the amount is either "Our Reciepts" or "Our Delivery"

Below is a small sample of data, real data is around 100 rows

Col DCol EOur Receipts1231Our Delivery1231Delivery Settlement1323

## Use Vlookup For Negative Values Or A Range Of Values?

Oct 27, 2008

i want to put a subject for a negative values, how should i do it?

For example:

lookup_value: -1000
table_array:
<0 - Poor
0-10000 - Good
> 10000 - excellent

is it possible to do this? ALternatively see the (new) attachment for clearer question.

## Convert Positive Values To Negative Values

Apr 7, 2008

I have a table (column C5 to H20)

The table has values in each cell. Some cells have zero values and some have positive values.

Basically, I need to convert all positive (non zero) values to Negative values using VBA (i.e. convert 251 to -251).

## Lookup And Index

Aug 6, 2009

I am creating a spreadsheet for the mortgage department. I have 2 tabs, appraisal fees & construction inspection fees.

Appraisal Fees will be completed by the processor as the applications are received and fees are collected. Column E is to identify loans that are construction loans, marked with a 'Y'.

In the construction tab, I want to bring over columns C & D from appraisal fees when there is a Y in column E of appraisal fees tab. I want to index this so that it starts from the top of the construction inspection fees.

Is it as simple as adding an index function to the start of the if formula?

## Relative Scoring Of Text Values

May 27, 2006

I am putting together a worksheet and analysis sheet for relative scoring of text values. (i.e. High = 3, Med = 2, Low =1, Yes = 2, No = 1, etc. I have a problem in finding a formula that will work to retain these values of text and calculate a relative score from the answers or text provided.

## Lookup Or Index And Match

Aug 4, 2014

I am setting up a spreadsheet, that will have multiple sheets for each branch, this will than be referencing back to another sheet for data. As i will be replicating the sheets I want to make the formulas as easy as possible so I dont have to change them in every sheet. I have attached an example, the data sheet will have a table for each month, the remaining sheets will be each branch, ideally I would like to have a formula that looks up the data sheet and returns a value for each month and then be able to replicate the formula across each sheet. As the formula is looking at 3 different areas (date, branch and mortgage balance) i have tried using idex and match, but are not having any success.

## Give Relative Values To Numbers In A Group

Jan 27, 2007

I have groups of data in a spreadsheet, I need to assign a value in column f for each piece of data in column e. The value needs to be a relative value for the rest of the group. For example if one group of data has 10 rows I need values 1 - 10 in column F, 10 being for the largest value in the respective row in column E and 1 being for the smallest value.

Each group does not have the same number of rows.

If need be I can add blank rows so the space between each group is equal, (if you can tell me an easy way to do this I would appreciate it as theres quite alot of data).

## INDEX MATCH For Repeating Lookup Value

Jan 22, 2014

So I have values in two colums like so -

A

aluminium
steel
plastic
aluminium

[Code]...

I now have another worksheet wherein I want a cell to recall a Value from range "A", using the code in range "B". So for example I'd want want my cell to search for the code to the left of it, "6464", and bring up value "Aluminium". HOWEVER, and here is where I feel it gets tricky - I intend to drag that cell down across a column - but when the cell encounters "6464" again, instead of showing "Aluminium", I this time want it to show the next entry under "6464" - "steel".

I hope this is clear. I'd post the excel spreadsheet but it is very large. Basically I want to INDEX MATCH function to remember its already recalled a specific value for code "6464" (in this case "aluminium") and to recall the the OTHER value related to this code.

My excel has a range of Purchase orders, and a range of the materials ordered under that PO number. I'm making a sheet that drags out all the PO numbers from my worksheet (which will have repetitions of 4-5 at a time), and then using those POs to find each material ordered that corresponds to that number.

## Reverse Lookup (Index & Match)

Oct 23, 2007

I'm trying to do is (in column L) find which column the figure in column K appears in the preceding columns, then look in row 9 and return the month when this was charged. I need some kind of reverse HLOOKUP-type function!

## Use Index,match For A Two Item Lookup

Sep 12, 2009

I have used index,match for a two item lookup. But what is the formula for three items?? I have attached a file for an example.

## Lookup Cells Based On Index Value

Sep 30, 2009

I have used this handy formula
=INDEX(MID(SheetNames,FIND("]",SheetNames)+1,255),ROWS(A\$1:A2))

to create an index page that looks like this right now:

Index
35035-9
37032-14
37065-6
37079-4

Now what I would like to do is get cell B1 on each of these sheets to post in the next column without hardcoding the name of the sheet into the formula. So in the cell next to 35035-9, I would like the formula to look at worksheet name, and then go to that worksheet, and return cell B1. Same for all the other worksheet names.

There will be multiple additions of worksheet to this list over the course of the next year and I want to be able to index them easily.

## Can Lookup Or Index Be Used To Reference To Different Cells

Jul 14, 2009

Can they be used to reference data based on data inserted into more than one cell? I have attached an example as its kind of confusing to explain.

## MATCH, LOOKUP, OFFSET, INDEX

Nov 5, 2006

I am having a heck of a time coming up with the proper combination of functions to return data to my worksheet.

Attached, you will find a screen shot of the pages I am dealing with.
Here is what I am trying to do:

On the page named Update Master, I am trying to put formulae into the highlighted cells C2:C11. Each cell will contain a formula to MATCH the team name in UpdateMaster!A:A with a team name in the chart found on worksheet WEEK ONE. Then, I want to return the value found 8 cells down, and 1 cell to the right of that MATCH. Here is a specific example:

In cell Update Master!C2, I need a formula that will MATCH the value in Update Master!A2, , with a value on the WEEK ONE! worksheet. (In this case, 2EZ. After locating the match, I want to return the value found in the bottom right of that players weekly score box. (WEEK ONE!C9...in this example).

I can't make a direct reference to the data...because the value in Update Master!A:A will change after each week. The team names will be sorted in alphabetical order after being sorted by the value found in Update Master!AE:AE...(each player's accumulated score).

I have tried so many combinations of MATCH, LOOKUP, OFFSET, INDEX, ROW...etc., and I keep getting VALUE# or NA# errors at some point in the computation. Maybe one of you can point me in the right direction.

## Max Index Lookup Returning Two Cells?

Oct 19, 2007

I have a formula I need to modify.

In column b I have a list of items by number, each one is unique
In column c I have a list of items by number. In this column a item may not be listed or listed 1000's of times.
In column d I have a list dates for each of the items listed in column c
In column e I have a list of prices for each of the items listed in in column c

The idea with the orginal formula was to look up the item and return the date

=MAX(INDEX((\$C\$2:\$C\$39999=B2)*(D\$2:D\$39999), 0))

Now I need to get it to return the most recent date from column d and the dollar amount right next to it from column e. How would I do that?

I trying to return the most recent date and price for a item.

I thought about breaking this into two formulas and having the second formula read the date that was returned from the above formula and the item number from column b and returning the value from e, but got stuck. I was thinking a lookup function with two criteria.

## Lookup Or Index Based On Three Cells

Mar 27, 2009

I have a spreadsheet that I am trying to make more functional. Basically, when I click on my dropdown (sheet1), it changes the value of the cell in B3 in sheet2. Also in sheet 2, I have column and row heading where I would like to return data via this lookup.

Rows = customers
Columns = product groups

So, you click on the drop down and it changes the month's data that you want to see (at least that's the theory). On sheet3, I have the sales data by customer, by product group and by month. If it weren't for the month, a simple index/match combination would work. How can I get that same functionality, to also look at the month?

## INDEX, LOOKUP Or Find The Top 5 MAX Orders

Jan 20, 2004

Columns F looks at another table within the same worksheet for the Customer Code that has the MOST Orders in Column B.....then places the Tot Orders amount in F2..... Cust Codes in Column E and the Cum Values into Col G ( that's already been accumulated and housed in column C ).

Cell F3 then go looks up the next largest order in Column B and pulls over the adjacent Customer Code & Cum Value to the E,F,G table again.

Basically there's 3 functions:
1 in E2
1 in F2
1 in G2
All to copy downward within that table

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## Lookup 2 Values: Get The Lookup Answer Based On Two Values

May 18, 2007

im trying to get the lookup answer based on two values the current formula i have is

=VLOOKUP(AND(A1,B1),Sheet2!\$A\$1:\$C\$31,3,FALSE)

which naturally returns N/A... i might even be using the wrong formula?

## Sum Negative Values IF

Dec 11, 2003

Using Excel 97, Is there a way to Sum the values in columns if the value in cell B is a negative number. I want the total placed in their respected columns after excel finds 8 Consecutive Blank rows.

Ex

B1:B70 (remember the number can change it can also be B1:B80)

B1:B70 is a positive value, but then B85 is negative so begin the calculation from that point.

Sum B85,F85,G85,H85,I85,J85,K85,L85,M85,Q85,R85. And place the value in their corresponding cell after 8 consecutive blank rows appear in row B.