At 06:01 18/11/2015 -0600, Jorge Rodríguez wrote:
Thank you for your support, ...
I just order both matrix alphabetically and I
tried to use VlookUp but it gave me a several false-positive as you told me.
If you get false matches from a simple VLOOKUP(),
it is possible that you have not set the fourth
parameter correctly. If, as here, there may not
be a match, you need to set the SortOrder
parameter to FALSE or zero, irrespective of whether the list is sorted.
I trust this helps.
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