Tom Urtis: “Reverse Intersecting Lookup: Return Row and Header Labels”

While tidying up the storeroom for the VLOOKUP WEEK Blog… we came across a few things – this is one.

“I recently posted this example, followed by this more advanced example for finding an intersecting value in a table with multiple rows and columns.

Today it’s the opposite scenario, where you identify a value in the table and you lookup the value’s row header, column header, and while we’re at it, the address of the value. In the picture, the maximum number is identified, with its address, and header labels for Month and Salesperson.” …To Read More Click Here to go to Tom Urtis’s Lesson.

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