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Excel VBA Vlookup - Unable to Get the Vlookup Property
That can mean any number of things. It may simply mean your Data(i, 4) value is not found in LookupRange. Run-time error '1004': Unable to get the VLookup property of the WorksheetFunction class is equivilent to getting #N/A From =vlookup("A",A1:B3,2,false) Set a breakpoint on the line test(i) = Application.WorksheetFunction.VLookup(Data(i, 4), LookupRange, 3, 0) and set a watch on Data(i, 4) as well as a watch on i. See if the value in Data(i, 4) exists in your lookup range. See if i is greater than 1, if it has run some iterations of the loop correctly. As a side note your code wont run anyway since Test is an empty variant not an array. You need a line like ReDim Test(LBound(Data, 1) To UBound(Data, 1)) before the for loop for it to work. Read up on error handling here. You

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Excel Vlookup with Autofill VBA
Like I mentioned in my comment above, you do not need VBA for this. You can directly type the formula in Excel and do a manual Autofill. Having said that if you still want to do VBA then simply use this code where you do not need to use AutoFill. This code will fill all the relevant cells with formulas. Your formula was also not giving you the right results as your table array was not constant and it was changing as you moved down. To prevent that from happening, simply use $ sign. Another Tip: R1C1 format is very confusing if you are not good with it. Stick to the normal A1 formatting. Here is the most simple way to achieve what you want. Please amend the code to suit your needs Sub Sample() Dim ws1 As Worksheet, ws2 As Worksheet Dim lastrow As Long '~~> Change this t

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Excel VLOOKUP N/A error
There's nothing wrong with the formula. The problem is that the value in A2 is text and treated as text when comparing to the number in F3. If you can't change your values in column A, then you can use this array formula: =SUM((F3=VALUE(A2:A3))*(C2:C3)) Enter with CTRL+SHIFT+ENTER This will convert the values in A2:A3 as numbers for the comparison against F3.

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vlookup multiple returns excel
If I understand correctly your issue: have you tried playing with VLOOKUP([range_lookup] = TRUE/FALSE) ? If not, I'd guess your best bet would be to Create a unique, combined ID for each student. Try posting a reproducible example :)

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Excel 2007 VBA VLookup function
Sub Update() Dim rngNums As Range Dim cmpny As Range Dim v As Long Dim ws As Worksheet Dim result As Variant Dim c As Range, nm As Range Application.ScreenUpdating = False Application.Calculation = xlCalculationManual On Error GoTo haveError 'lookup range Set cmpny = Sheets("CustomerNumberList").Range("A1").CurrentRegion For Each ws In Sheets If ws.Name Like "*Sheet*" Then v = ws.Range("A" & Rows.Count).End(xlUp).Row 'set v = number of rows Set nm = ws.Rows(1).Find("cust_num", LookAt:=xlPart) If Not nm Is Nothing Then Set rngNums = ws.Range(nm.Offset(1, 0), ws.Cells(v, nm.Column)) For Each c In rngNums.Cells If c.Value <> "" Then '

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VLookup match insert in Excel
In cell E1, put this formula: =IFERROR(VLOOKUP(A1, D:D, 1, 0), "") This looks for A1 in column D and if there is a match, put that matched value in the cell E1. EDIT: I put the IFERROR() so that blanks are returned when there is no match.

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VLookup and drag and drop using vba in excel 2010
Lets say Cell B1 contains the formula you want to AutoFill you could do something like: Range("B1").AutoFill Destination:=Range(Cells(1, 2), Cells(ActiveSheet.UsedRange.Rows.Count, 2)) This will fill the formula in B1 to the end of data in column B. If you have many formulas that you need to AutoFill at once you can use the same method but change the range values like this: Range("B1:C1").AutoFill Destination:=Range(Cells(1, 2), Cells(ActiveSheet.UsedRange.Rows.Count, 3))

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how to cut string table array vlookup in excel vba
To start with, you can use "?" or "*" wildcards in the vlookup, then you can remove the "01-" from the returned string manually - something like this: Dim strLookup as String Dim strReturn as String strLookup = "??-" & Sheet1.Range("F2").Value strReturn = Application.WorksheetFunction.VLookup(strLookup, sheet2.Range("B11:D25"), 3, False) 'Remove first 3 characters strReturn = Mid(strReturn , 4, Len(strReturn) -3)

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SAS Code that works like Excel's "VLOOKUP" function
The simplest way is to use the keep option on your merge statement. data result; merge table_1 (in=a) table_2 (in=b keep=id definition); by id; if a; run; An alternative that means you don't have to sort your datasets is to use proc sql. proc sql; create table result as select a.*, b.definition from table_1 a left join table_2 b on a.id = b.id; quit; Finally, there is the hash table option if table_2 is small: data result; if _n_ = 1 then do; declare hash b(dataset:'table_2'); b.definekey('id'); b.definedata('definition'); b.definedone(); call missing(definition); end; set table_1; b.find(); run;

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Excel - Error with vlookup across multiple workbooks
When you are using that syntax to define your ranges on the "Income" sheet, you need to specify the sheet for both the .Range and the (Cells(x,y)). You should also declare your variables. It can get ridiculous typing the fully qualified sheet name each time, so you should also declare a worksheet variable. Try this: Dim ws As Worksheet Dim j As Integer Dim i As Integer Set ws = ThisWorkbook.Sheets("Income") j = 3 For i = 1 To 46 ws.Range(ws.Cells(6, j), ws.Cells(51, j)).Formula = _ "=VLOOKUP($B6,[" & ws.Cells(5, i + 2).Value & ".xlsx]2 Intercompany markup!$A$1:$E$70,4,FALSE)" j = j + 1 Next i

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Excel VBA - populating table from various woorkbooks via vlookup
ActiveCell is an object, so replace all instances of range("activecell") with ActiveCell Example if range("activecell").row - range("activecell").column < 3 then becomes if ActiveCell.row - ActiveCell.column < 3 then another error, change: range("B4").formula = "=index(C5:AV51,1,column("activecell")-2)" to this range("B4").formula = "=index(C5:AV51,1," & ActiveCell.Column & ")-2)"

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Want to fetch some data from an excel sheet to another using VLookup and macro
Below is the formula. It will only work if both the workbook are opened in same instance. =VLOOKUP(A2,[Book1]Sheet1!A$1:B$3,2,0) If multiple instance of excel is running then task manager would show more than one image name as EXCEL.EXE in task manager processes window.

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2-Way Table Look Up in Excel Using VLOOKUP and MATCH Returning Error
Credit to @barryhoudini and @DaveSexton for the solution... I'm just documenting it officially. First off, the error I was receiving was due to the formatting of the source cell. So, per Barry's suggestion, I concatenated a "" to the end of my cell reference, which formatted the source cell as text, allowing the function to work. New code: =VLOOKUP(A97,A4:L10,MATCH(B96&"",A4:L4,0),FALSE) Second, per Dave's suggestion, I abandoned the VLOOKUP/MATCH approach in favor of the INDEX/MATCH/MATCH approach. E.G: =INDEX(A1:E14, MATCH(H2,A1:A14,0), MATCH(H3,A1:E1,0)) Thanks both for your help.

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Why doesn't isError( ) work with a vlookup statement in excel VBA
You can trap the error with the following: Sub HandleVlookupErrors() Dim result As Variant result = Application.VLookup(productA, lookuprng, offset, False) If IsError(result) Then result = 0 End Sub For a full explanation, please see Error Handling Within Worksheet Functions.

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VBA - Excel : Vlookup crashes my program when no match found
I usually wrap the vlookup() with an iferror() which contains the default value. The syntax would be as follows: iferror(vlookup(....), <default value when lookup fails>) You can also do something like this: Dim result as variant result = Application.vlookup(......) If IsError(result) Then ' What to do if an error occurs Else ' what you would normally do End if

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Update Excel VLOOKUP based on newest file
If you know the date then you can use the replace method. Something like: Columns("A").Replace What:="20130719", Replacement:="20130720", LookAt:=xlPart The catch is you always have to know the current date in the formula and the next date you want to replace.

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excel nested vlookup function using formats and NA Arguments
perhaps =IF(ISNA(MATCH(H3,Credit!H:H,0)),"No Credit Exists",IF(VLOOKUP(H3,Credit!H:J,3,FALSE)=(J3*-1),"Please Purge",IF(VLOOKUP(H3,Credit!H:J,3,FALSE)<(J3*-1),"Not enough Credit... research","Additional Credit… Research"))) the MATCH part looks for the value H3 in Credit!H:H and if it isn't there the ISNA handles the resulting error and returns "No credit exists"; the rest is basically just a tweak of the original formula

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Non-exact Vlookup with multiple search criteria - Microsoft Excel
You can try the array function: =INDEX(A$2:A$100,MATCH(9^99,SEARCH(B2,A$2:A$100)*SEARCH(C2,A$2:A$100))) This will work with Ctrl+Shift+Enter but not with Enter alone. Change 100 to any number you need depending on the number of rows you have (or change A$2:A$100 to A:A to get the whole column, but it can be slower). Note that if there are several people with names containing the same name and surname (e.g. Tim Smith and Smith Tim, the function will give you the last result from the column).

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How to optimize vlookup for high search count ? (alternatives to VLOOKUP)
I considered the following alternatives: VLOOKUP array-formula MATCH / INDEX VBA (using a dictionary) The compared performance is: VLOOKUP simple formula : ~10 minutes VLOOKUP array-formula : ~10 minutes (1:1 performance index) MATCH / INDEX : ~2 minutes (5:1 performance index) VBA (using a dictionary) : ~6 seconds (100:1 performance index) Using the same reference sheet 1) Lookup sheet: (vlookup array formula version) A B 1 2 key51359 {=VLOOKUP(A2:A10001;sheet1!$A$2:$B$100001;2;FALSE)} 3 key41232 formula in B2 4 key10102 ... extends to ... ... ... 99999 key4153 ... cell B100001 100000 key12818 ... (select whole range, and press 100001 key35032 ... CTRL+SHIFT+ENTER to make it a

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Vlookup & if & AND with nesting
The way I usually get around this is to insert a column (position A) into the sheet that you want to lookup data from and enter e.g. =B1 & "-" & C1 into the cell A1, then copy the formula down. You will then need to sort the data on column A, hide the column if necessary and you should then be able to go ahead with the vlookup from the other file as usual.

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Using VBA with Checkboxes and vLOOKUP?
Well, in the hidden sheet you should reserve one column with all the names and another column with two values that tells wether the person has a job or not, so say either 1/0 or Y/N. The checkbox click/change event is what causes the column with the Y/N values to change. So I would just simply change the relevant value in the column that has al the Y/N values.

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VLOOKUP With Another Worksheet
You've misspelt WorksheetFunction. Also, the workbook "2012SWD.xlsx" needs to be already be open (the Workbooks collection only refers to open workbooks), and check that its extension is not .xlsm (or some other). ..and, what Tim said :)

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#N/A VLOOKUP issue
Change J2 to =VLOOKUP(text(I2,"yyyy-mm-dd"),'2007'!B:C,2,FALSE) and paste down. You attempted to put in the correct formula, but your I2 is a data and '2007'!B is a text.

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Vlookup with prompts
To use VLOOKUP within VBA code it is necessary to set reference style to R1C1, then it should work. In my opinion to use excel built-in functions like VLOOKUP will result in quicker code. On the other hand to search cells for a value in for-each loop is bad practise and if you have large amount of data it will take a lot of time. Here a sample code. It uses two sheets: UserInfo, Maintenance. The formula is set up based on template string and finally Evaluate() is called to get the result of it. HTH. Public Sub test() Dim pin pin = VBA.InputBox("Enter PIN", "PIN") If (pin = "") Then Exit Sub Dim userInfoSheet As Worksheet Set userInfoSheet = Worksheets("UserInfo") Dim dataRange As Range Set dataRange = userInfoSheet.Columns("a:

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C++ Equivalent of VLOOKUP function
std::map can do this pretty easily: You'd start by creating a map of the correct type, then populating it with your data: std::map<int, int, std::greater<int> > data; data[2] = 6; data[3] = 7; data[4] = 11; data[6] = 2; data[9] = 4; Then you'd search for data with lower_bound or upper_bound: std::cout << data.lower_bound(5)->second; // prints 11 A couple of notes: First, note the use of std::greater<T> as the comparison operator. This is necessary because lower_bound will normally return an iterator to the next item (instead of the previous) if the key you're looking for isn't present in the map. Using std::greater<T> sorts the map in reverse, so the "next" item is the smaller one instead of the larger. Second, note that this automatically sorts th

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Using multiple criteria with VLOOKUP
You can make many criteria using simple "if then". When you want to add another criteria just type next "if then" below "else". If *some condition* Then *do something* Else *do something else* End If

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Do vlookup until blank cell
Perhaps... Private Sub CommandButton1_Click() Dim lMacroSec As MsoAutomationSecurity Dim lCalc As XlCalculation Dim i As Long Dim j As Long With Application lMacroSec = .AutomationSecurity lCalc = .Calculation .AutomationSecurity = lMacroSec .Calculation = xlCalculationManual .DisplayAlerts = False .EnableEvents = False .ScreenUpdating = False End With For i = 0 To ListBox1.ListCount - 1 If ListBox1.Selected(i) = True Then For j = 0 To ListBox2.ListCount - 1 If ListBox2.Selected(j) = True Then With Workbooks(ListBox1.List(i)).Sheets(1) With .Columns("B").Find("Category").Offset(1) With .Parent.Ran

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vlookup style query in sql?
select Agentref.AGENTNUMBER ,totalstats.stat FROM totalstats JOIN Agentref ON totalstats.AGENTNUMBER=Agentref.AGENTNUMBER UPDATE: assuming the Agentname is in a column like "AGENTNAME" select Agentref.AGENTNUMBER ,Agentref.AGENTNAME ,convert(varchar(255),Agentref.AGENTNUMBER)+' '+Agentref.AGENTNAME as NumberName ,totalstats.stat FROM totalstats JOIN Agentref ON totalstats.AGENTNUMBER=Agentref.AGENTNUMBER convert(varchar(255),Agentref.AGENTNUMBER)+' '+Agentref.AGENTNAME puts Number and Name in the same column with a blank inbetween

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How to populate cells using VBA Vlookup
Sub VL() With Sheets("Users").Range("A2", Sheets("Users").Cells(Rows.Count, "A").End(xlUp)) .Offset(, 1).Formula = "=VLOOKUP(A" & .Row & ",'Data'!$A:$B,2,FALSE)" .Offset(, 1).Value = .Offset(, 1).Value End With End Sub

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Use VLOOKUP in a dynamic range using VBA
This may help: Sub LookUp() Dim refRng As Range, ref As Range, dataRng As Range Set refRng = Worksheets(1).Range("D8:F8") //horizontal range of look up values Set dataRng = Worksheets(2).Range("A1:B4") //data block you want to look up value in For Each ref In refRng ref.Offset(1, 0) = WorksheetFunction.VLookup(ref, dataRng, 2, 0) Next ref End Sub Here you set up references to your lookup values and the data you want to query. Then just iterate over the values in the horizontal range and look up the value.

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Pass variables into VLOOKUP in VBA
Use the Evaluate function. The formula is a string itself, so you have to concatenate everything into a string: cellNum = Evaluate("VLOOKUP(""" & currName & """, '2012'!A:M, 13, FALSE)")

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Using Vlookup in a macro function
Replace E2 for a variable: Dim row as String row = "E2" then use a loop to iterate through all E2,E3,E4 etc. For x=2 to 20 do row = "E" & x formula = "VLOOKUP("&row&",[gpic.xlsx]Sheet1!$A:$D,4,FALSE)" ... use your code here ... My VB may be a little rusty :/ Hope this helps

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Excel file created in Excel 2007 is not opening in Excel 2003 using c#
If you make an Excel file programmatically and name it with the .xls extension from Excel 2007 or 2010, you may be making an Open XML (.xlsx) file unknowingly, as this is the default save format for those versions of Excel. Essentially, if you are hard coding the file name, you may be saving an .xlsx file with the .xls extension, which would explain why you can't open the files. Try renaming the files generated from Excel 2007 to the .xlsx extension and see if you can open them.

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Display Excel inside VB6 / VB.NET Form & work with Excel without excel menu
As far as I can tell - this is not possible. The reason being that you cannot subclass the excel window in VBA. If you program outside of excel with VB.NET or VB6 it would be sort of possible, but would probably not work really good. If you only want to display some data from a sheet and perform some small actions on them, you could probably read the Data via the EPPLUS Library, display them as a datatable (EPPLUS can convert between datatable and excel files), perform your actions and save them to the file afterwards. But this would only work in VB.net

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Why does this work? Exploring the VLOOKUP formula
Here's my theory. In VLOOKUP, if the lookup value (A2) is smaller than the smallest value in the looked-up table (C:D) then it returns N/A. When you prepend the quote sign (') you make A2 a string, not a number. So for example a UPC of 1002 is no longer treated as the number one-thousand-and-two but as the string sequence one-zero-zero-two. That lets VLOOKUP do the comparison differently and avoid the N/A. You might try Ctrl-1 in column A and get it to treat them all as text.

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Run-time error ‘1004’ – for VLOOKUP
It appears the problem was with the syntax of VLOOKUP, which should be: VLOOKUP(lookup_value,table_array,col_index_num,range_lookup) in particular with the construction of the col_index_num parameter. Hence …:$I," & PosEmailD & ",FA... rather than ` …:$I,(,""" & PosEmailD & """ ),FA… seems to have worked. (Two pairs of double quotes, one pair of parentheses and a comma surplus).

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vlookup: lookup_value as date range
As long as your dates on Sheet2 are in ascending order, you can still use VLOOKUP. If you check the help for VLOOKUP you'll see that if the range_lookup parameter is omitted or TRUE, the function will match the first value that is equal to the search value, or the largest value that is less than the search value. So in your example, if cell B2 on Sheet1 contains 2.2013 then VLOOKUP(Sheet1!B2, Sheet2!$A$1:$B2) will return 500, because 3.1.2013 is the last value in the search column that's less than the search value (Excel treats a month.year date value as equal to 1.month.year). If there is always a value on Sheet2 for every month - i.e. it never skips from 5.2.2013 to 7.4.2013 for example - then VLOOKUP on its own should do what you need. If there are sometimes missing months on Sheet2 yo

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VBA VLookup Failing With Mixed Formatting
Change this line: Dim lookupValue As String to Dim lookupValue As Variant You are casting the numeric lookupValues to Strings, so they aren't matched.

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How to modify my VLOOKUP() to search for only 1 character?
either =IFERROR(VLOOKUP(LEFT(F5,1),SampleFrom!1:10,2,FALSE),"") or if the lookup value should be a true number =IFERROR(VLOOKUP(--left(F5,1),SampleFrom!1:10,2,FALSE),"")

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Getting VLOOKUP() to default to closest date
TRUE as the last parameter in Vlookup only works if the lookup range is sorted ascending. From the screenshot it looks as if the dates may not be real dates. The green warning triangles raise some concerns. Make sure that the dates are real dates, then the formula will work.

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