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vlookup with two imputs

  Asked By: Decha    Date: Sep 22    Category: MS Office    Views: 1206
  

Anyway I have a table that
has to use two inputs to distinguish between the records. Therefore, I
need to find a way to do a Vlookup based on two inputs meaning look up A
in table XYZ and then check for what record also corresponds to column
B. If anyone needs more clarification I can add a sample table later.
I already have a pretty in depth code that uses Vlookup to populate a
one table with another so I am looking for some way to correspond this
the current vlookup code that is already there. Thanks



Cells(KeyStartRow, GroupLeadCol).Select

Selection.Formula = "=VLOOKUP(" & Cells(KeyStartRow,
BillCol).Address(RowAbsolute:=False, ColumnAbsolute:=False) & ",'Ref.
Tables'!H:M,4,FALSE)"

'''''''''''now checks for cells(keystartrow, modelcol) = Ref.
Tables'!A:E,2,FALSE if not move to next record

Selection.AutoFill Destination:=Range(Cells(KeyStartRow,
GroupLeadCol), Cells(KeyEndRow, GroupLeadCol))

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Answer #1    Answered By: Muriel Dunn     Answered On: Sep 22

Use SumProduct, I think. (Not clear from a casual glance what your VLookUp
is actually doing.) I think there are examples in the archives of this
list.

If not, please give an example of the VLookUp you can do - i.e. one lookup -
but not from the inside of VBA code. Also, indicate what the second check
you want to do is.

 
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