From: tveith on 19 May 2010 22:35 I have a chart 1 that has a list of ranges and if the number falls with in the range I want the commision value returned to my new work sheet ex: Chart 1 Col A Col B Col C 500 599 50.00 600 699 55.00 if the calculated total on my seperate worksheet A is between 500 599 I want the 50.00 to pull to worksheet A. -- Tammy From: Teethless mama on 19 May 2010 22:54 Assuming your data in A2:C3, and your criteria in E2 =LOOKUP(E2,A2:A3,C2:C3) "tveith" wrote: > I have a chart 1 that has a list of ranges and if the number falls with in > the range I want the commision value returned to my new work sheet > ex: > Chart 1 > Col A Col B Col C > 500 599 50.00 > 600 699 55.00 > if the calculated total on my seperate worksheet A is between 500 599 I want > the 50.00 to pull to worksheet A. > -- > Tammy From: Ashish Mathur on 23 May 2010 02:33 Hi, Try this =vlookup(F23,\$A\$2:\$C\$6,1). F23 is the calculated total cell. A2:C6 is chart 1 data -- Regards, Ashish Mathur Microsoft Excel MVP www.ashishmathur.com "tveith" wrote in message news:64830769-145D-460F-973C-BF731AB05CE8(a)microsoft.com...> I have a chart 1 that has a list of ranges and if the number falls with > in > the range I want the commision value returned to my new work sheet > ex: > Chart 1 > Col A Col B Col C > 500 599 50.00 > 600 699 55.00 > if the calculated total on my seperate worksheet A is between 500 599 I > want > the 50.00 to pull to worksheet A. > -- > Tammy