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    Pricing File Help (2003)

    I have been struggling with a Vlookup / Match / Index problem, and could really use some help on this one.

    Scenario-
    2 files.
    File 1- Pricing file has all part numbers and all pricing for all different level customers
    File 2- Price sheet, I will print off and send to specific customer.

    I am looking to have 1 price sheet that will allow me to enter a specific price level in one cell, and then have the information pulled from the pricing file reference.


    My problem is that when I try to perform the index function with a nested Match, I get lost in this formula. In researching this function, I believe my problem is that I am trying to match a row of information and not a column.

    I have included a VERY simple file to illustrate, in the basic sense, where I am looking to go. I think you will see quickly the problems I am having. Thank you for any and all suggestions.

    John

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    Re: Pricing File Help (2003)

    In the sample workbook, you can use the following formula in B17:

    =OFFSET($A$2,MATCH($A17,$A$3:$A$6,0),MATCH($B$15,$ B$2:$J$2,0))

    and fill down. You'll have to adjust $B$15 for the next block of formulas starting in B26.

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    Re: Pricing File Help (2003)

    Hans as always you are a GREAT help. I have made the change and it works great.

    Thanks a Million

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