Multiple Criteria Lookup With Date Range Match

Oct 12, 2012

I'm trying to create a formula that will lookup multiple criteria within a table, however the problem I am having is that one of the criteria needs to fall within a certain a date range. I've used index & match to look up the dates when they match exactly, but how to return the same value for when they fall within a date.

I have attached the spreadsheet - Date Range.xlsx! The requirement is to get the correct "pay" from the "Contingent Workers" sheet to the Timesheet sheet. So it will match the Employee ID, but also the date on the Timesheet tab will fall between/or be the exact date indicated on the contingent workers tab.

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I am trying to create a formula that will lookup multiple criteria within a table, one of those criteria being a date that falls within a certain date range. The purpose of the data is for billing tenants and owners in a building. I have successfully been able to use Index Match to lookup 2 criteria, one of them being a specific date match (see my attachment). However, I need to add a third criteria looks up the date that falls between a specific date range. The concept is to run a query where I enter a Unit (apartment) number into one cell, a Billing Date into another cell and the Type (Owner or Tenant) into a third cell to determine the Name of the person who fits these criteria... Criteria A Lives in Apt XX, Criteria B Who's lease start date and end date is inclusive of the Billing Date that I entered and Criteria C who matches the Type of customer, either Owner or Tenant.

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