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Hello,

I have the task of coming up with a way to take a worksheet of part numbered
lists and importing them into an existing numbered list of part numbers. The
top level number for the lists will remain the same, however, the numbers on
each list may increase or decrease. I need this process to also import some
of the data in the same row as the part number.

Do this make sense?
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Thanks for your time,
Mizer

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vlookup function will help you

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Hello,

I have the task of coming up with a way to take a worksheet of part

numbered
lists and importing them into an existing numbered list of part numbers.

The
top level number for the lists will remain the same, however, the numbers

on
each list may increase or decrease. I need this process to also import

some
of the data in the same row as the part number.

Do this make sense?
--
Thanks for your time,
Mizer





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