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Excel: how to find an exact match in a column between a reference, a list of cells, or a range of cells?
Suppose I have a list of items, and a list of their unique identifiers — in this case, the first column of the item’s data is the unique identifier. I’d like to have a list of the unique identifiers in another column.
This seems like it should be ridiculously easy: I get the reference, or the list of values, or the range of cells:
that works if I know the rows I’m looking at are the first six, so something that works if I know that my list of values is in the range A1-A6, for example. Yet when I test it I can’t get it to work, even though it says the formula is correct…
What am I doing wrong? This isn’t even super-easy in VBA, either.
My end goal is to do a similar lookup using a lookup table in case the list is a huge one. I haven’t been able to find any examples to try in VBA yet, but that’s also on my list of things to study. I’ll need to go that route if I have no other solution.
Update with working solution
Thanks to @Jakob Tande’s answer, this formula worked perfectly:
(I had the ranges all the way across, but it was wrong.)
I’m going to add in what @K