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    Isnumber and vlookup



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    Hi there,

    I trying to extract alphabet and number with this fomula

    =IF(ISNUMBER(RIGHT(N19, 2)),"",RIGHT(N19, 2)) it works and get the result but I try to vlookup the result with table.

    Please help me...

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    I think we'd need to see a sample of the table data if your formula to extract the value worked.

    Can you upload a sample workbook? (Double click the "Reply to Thread" button to be able to add a workbook)
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