I had a similar issue, and used bdr9's answer to come up with my own. If I had a better hit on my google searches I would post this there, but this stack exchange question is the closest I got. I was trying to match one value in a range of values and return an associated value from a different column of the matched value. I was comparing MAC addresses (for IP phones) from a list I had off one server to one that had the MAC addresses with the assigned names. I wanted a shortcut to matching MACs with names, and the unknown name list had more/different MACs than the the list that had the names. This is what I came up with. Column E had the MACs that associate with the known names of column B.
Feb 6, 2012 - Let's say you also don't want to merge them permanently. We are going to join the first name and the last name together in the last column.
Column F had the unknown MAC list. My formula was input on column G, in line with the unknown MAC list. Free vpn for mac 10.5. “$” is used to set the ranges absolutely.
As input on G2 =INDEX($A$3:$A$112,MATCH(E2,$D$3:$D$112,0)) =INDEX([value you wish to return when there is a match],MATCH([cell you are trying to match],[range you are matching to],[not sure what the 0 is for])). You will need to use the IF() function in column F of worksheet F1. Using your nomenclature, in cell F1 of sheet F1: =IF(AND(EXACT('F1'!A1,'F2'!A1),EXACT('F1'!B1,'F2'!B1)),'F2'!F1) This will return the Email address in sheet F2 if the first and last names match exactly (so check your letter case and any leading/trailing spaces in the list) and FALSE if they do not match. This also requires that the lists be in the same order. For example: A, B A, Z Z, A The last two would not match because they are switched. If I understand your question correctly, you would like a formula that will read the first and last name on F1, locate the corresponding row on F2, and return the email address. This array formula will accomplish this.
Make sure you press Ctrl+Shift+Enter when entering the formula because it is an array formula. =INDEX('F2'!F:F, MATCH(A1&B1, 'F2'!A:A&'F2'!B:B, 0)) This assumes the following: • Names are located on columns A and B on F1 and F2 • Email addresses are located in column F on F2 • Formula is entered into sheet F1 Note that the row numbers should be changed depending on where you enter the formula (the 1's in ' A1&B1'.
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