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Old November 10th 04, 09:02 PM
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Hi all,

this is a ponder I had rather than a real problem.
Suppose I had a Vlookup array with a repeated value.

eg a1 is john smith but a2 is also John smith is it possible to get the
vlookup to return Both values, ideally at the same time. I do not have a
spreadsheet that requires this, I was just wondering.

Thanks,

Danny



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vlookup will return only single value.

it is better to use macro, if you have multiple value


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and how should they be returned? In different cells or combined in one
cell?

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Hi all,

this is a ponder I had rather than a real problem.
Suppose I had a Vlookup array with a repeated value.

eg a1 is john smith but a2 is also John smith is it possible to get

the
vlookup to return Both values, ideally at the same time. I do not

have a
spreadsheet that requires this, I was just wondering.

Thanks,

Danny



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Both would be good. An intellectual problem I have been pondering.

Danny


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and how should they be returned? In different cells or combined in one
cell?

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Frank Kabel
Frankfurt, Germany

"Danny J" schrieb im Newsbeitrag
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Hi all,

this is a ponder I had rather than a real problem.
Suppose I had a Vlookup array with a repeated value.

eg a1 is john smith but a2 is also John smith is it possible to get

the
vlookup to return Both values, ideally at the same time. I do not

have a
spreadsheet that requires this, I was just wondering.

Thanks,

Danny







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