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    Formula getting confused



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    I have this formula

    =IF('Raw data'!$C$2:C$10=A2,'Raw data'!$D$2:$D$10)) it works fine

    but if i change it to

    =IF('Raw data'!$C$552:$C$571=A2,'Raw data'!$X$552:$X$571) i get #value

    TIA

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    So what have you checked? The obvious thing is the nature of the entries in those ranges and whether or not there are real matches. Beyond that, without seeing the workbook, it's hard to say.
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    Hope this helps
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    I think you are trying to lookup a match, correct?

    Try:

    =VLOOKUP(A2,'Sheet 1'!$C$15:$D$20,2,FALSE)


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