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I have been trying to find a way to consolidate data in two tables,
but can't seem to locate a good response. I have been toying with
EXACT, VLOOKUP, HLOOKUP, and MATCH, but none seem to work for my
issue.

Two Files - Call them File A and File B

File A and B both contain first name, last name, and date columns.

I am trying to take the combined first name, last name, and date
column from a row in File B as a single record, look for an exact
match in File A, and if it finds one, return values in Coumns D, E, F
back to File B on the same row.

Can't do this manually as I have File B with almost 18,000 rows and
File A with almost 10,000 rows.

Any help would be greatly appreciated.

Thanks

Drew


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Send your files to me at dguillett1 @gmail.com with examples.

On Jan 25, 7:26*am, divrdrew wrote:
I have been trying to find a way to consolidate data in two tables,
but can't seem to locate a good response. *I have been toying with
EXACT, VLOOKUP, HLOOKUP, and MATCH, but none seem to work for my
issue.

Two Files - Call them File A and File B

File A and B both contain first name, last name, and date columns.

I am trying to take the combined first name, last name, and date
column from a row in File B as a single record, look for an exact
match in File A, and if it finds one, return values in Coumns D, E, F
back to File B on the same row.

Can't do this manually as I have File B with almost 18,000 rows and
File A with almost 10,000 rows.

Any help would be greatly appreciated.

Thanks

Drew


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On Jan 25, 10:54*am, Don Guillett wrote:
Send your files to me at dguillett1 @gmail.com with examples.

On Jan 25, 7:26*am, divrdrew wrote:







I have been trying to find a way to consolidate data in two tables,
but can't seem to locate a good response. *I have been toying with
EXACT, VLOOKUP, HLOOKUP, and MATCH, but none seem to work for my
issue.


Two Files - Call them File A and File B


File A and B both contain first name, last name, and date columns.


I am trying to take the combined first name, last name, and date
column from a row in File B as a single record, look for an exact
match in File A, and if it finds one, return values in Coumns D, E, F
back to File B on the same row.


Can't do this manually as I have File B with almost 18,000 rows and
File A with almost 10,000 rows.


Any help would be greatly appreciated.


Thanks


Drew


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