Now, the problem is similar to between formula trick we discussed a few days back, yet very different.
As you can guess, you can easily use the above SUMPRODUCT formula to lookup matching date ranges too a la vlookup for date ranges.
Often, when working on project planning, I end up checking where a date falls between given set of start and end dates.
SUMPRODUCT is indeed awesome and when applied creatively can do many many things beyond simple matrix multiplication.
Where Sam, a student, wanted to be able to extrapolate between 2 numbers which were based on other criteria, resulting in both a horizontal and vertical offset of both the X and Y components. Since the first term of your SUMPRODUCT formula includes an arithmetic operation (*), there is no need to coerce the term's booleans to numeric with the double unary.
It is true when using SUMPRODUCT that all of the arrays need to be of the same size, BUT the do not need to line-up on the same rows. Doing it this way has the advantage that the formula WILL return a zero, not a -5, if it doesn't find a match. Forgot to mention that this requires you to add the numbers one through 10 down the right hand side of your table. All those indirects and addresses are purely a long-winded way of finding out if the value in C4 falls in any of the ranges. Can you post your data somewhere together with a description or example of what you want to achieve.
I know I'm a bit late to this discussion, but I'm hoping someone can help me with a variation on the range theme.

Rather than returning the row that the lookup value is in I'd like to be able to return a value that relates to each range. This will basically lookup the next highest value that is less than the lookup value in the first column and return the corresponding column 3 data.
VLOOKUP will correctly return the value of 10 for a number in the range of 100-199, 5 for a number in the range 200-299, etc. This Excel tutorial explains how to perform a two-dimensional lookup (with screenshots and step-by-step instructions).
Question: I'm trying to reference a particular cell within an xy axis chart and can't find the formula or function that allows me to do so. I know the lookup function can get me a value from a known array of values located in the corresponding column, but I can't get it to figure from an array of columns. In the spreadsheet above, we have a listing of products (Oranges, Apples, Bananas, Pineapples, Watermelons) and a listing of quantity columns (5 lbs, 10 lbs, 15 lbs, and 20 lbs).
While using this site, you agree to have read and accepted our Terms of Service and Privacy Policy. By continuing to use this website, you agree to view these advertisements and not prevent their display. Recently I was given a data set like this (shown below) and asked to find the position of lookup value in the list. So I naturally turned to a cup of home brewed coffee (remember, I no longer work in a office, so I cant rush to espresso machine) and stared long and hard out of the window (remember, I no longer go to office, that means I can sit in front of a window and work). Therefore, I (usually) never hardcode row or column offsets into my formulas (or VBA code).

However the mental gymnastics of arrays is beyond most Excel users, as are true array formulas.
I want to return both the row number as well as a column number to the right of the data above. However, if a number such as 400 is the target, I need it to find the value associated with 500, namely 3.
Einfach einePause im schnellebigen Alltag machenohne der Zeit Beachtung zu schenkenist ein Erlebnis, das ich gerne teile. To find a value in Excel based on both a column and row value, you will need to use both a vlookup function and a match function. The only glitch is that, instead of values, the lookup table contained lower and upper boundaries of the values. Every week you will receive an Excel tip, tutorial, template or example delivered to your inbox.
I want to get the data at the intersection of a row and a column based on a number falling within a given range. What more, as a joining bonus, I am giving away a 25 page eBook containing 95 Excel tips & tricks.
How do I get the data from the intersection of the row (using the range match) and a specified column?

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