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Vlookup: =VLOOKUP(A1,A1:C10,3,FALSE) 1. Lookup_value - A1 the value you want to search. 2. Table_Array - A1:C10 You will only search the lookup_value in the left column which is A1:A10 in this example. 3. Col_Index_Number - If you find a matching value give me column 3. Since A1=A1 it will give me C1. In this example 1 is A, 2 is B and 3 is C. 4. Range_lookup - I always choose false which is exact match. True will give you approximate match and its not always correct. Vlookup is used when you have a list of values and you want additional values that exist in other fields. You will get those values only for the fields that you search for. In your example you can get the address by running vlookup at the names, it is also good way to search duplicates. Q2 is very simple, on field D1 just type: =A1 & " " & B1 & " " & C1 Just drag it or double click on the drag square Let me know if you have any other questions Daniel
Posted on Sep 24, 2007
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