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I am using a very simple vlookup formula: =VLOOKUP(H53,PROV,2,FALSE). The majority of the lookup data is recovered and placed in the proper cell. However, some of the cells are returning a #N/A error. I have checked to see if the lookup data is in the reference data. I have tried reformatting the cells to no avail.
The issue is that you may be trying to find the the data which is not there in the table PROV hence you need to have a look at the data in the table PROV
first see if the data you are trying to find is there in the table or not (use crtl+f) to see if the data is there in the table.
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