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I've a named and sorted range of integers (called 'ScalePts') - about 20 in
total.

I've a set of numbers in Column E (about 600).

In Column F, I'd like to put in the value from 'ScalePts' that is closest to
the column E value.

Can SKS help.

TIA

Rob




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Hi Rob,

Look he

http://www.cpearson.com/excel/TablesAndLookups.aspx

section Closest Match Lookup

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Niek Otten
Microsoft MVP - Excel

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| I've a named and sorted range of integers (called 'ScalePts') - about 20 in
| total.
|
| I've a set of numbers in Column E (about 600).
|
| In Column F, I'd like to put in the value from 'ScalePts' that is closest to
| the column E value.
|
| Can SKS help.
|
| TIA
|
| Rob
|
|
|




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