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From: VKL Narayanan on 20 Mar 2010 04:28 i am using a simple vlookup function =vlookup(A13,$B$38..$C$76,2,False) Even though there is correct value for A13 in the array table defined, it is returning "N/A". Can someone tell me what is the problem?
From: Dave on 20 Mar 2010 04:49 Hi, You may have leading or trailing spaces in your data. Is "$B$38..$C$76" a typo? Should probably be "$B$38:$C$76" Regards  Dave "VKL Narayanan" wrote: > i am using a simple vlookup function > > =vlookup(A13,$B$38..$C$76,2,False) > > Even though there is correct value for A13 in the array table defined, it is > returning "N/A". Can someone tell me what is the problem?
From: Fred Smith on 20 Mar 2010 05:25 The problem is that whatever's in A13 is not in your table. You can check with the formula: =b38=$a$13 and copy this down. You will get False for every entry in your table. Check for trailing spaces or unprintable characters which make it look the same, but not to Excel. Regards, Fred "VKL Narayanan" <VKLNarayanan(a)discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message news:36F4155F076E4DEBAA4E8AA9FBE93901(a)microsoft.com... >i am using a simple vlookup function > > =vlookup(A13,$B$38..$C$76,2,False) > > Even though there is correct value for A13 in the array table defined, it > is > returning "N/A". Can someone tell me what is the problem?

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