At 13:50 15/09/2020 +0200, Hylton Conacher wrote:
I have eight data values on a single row with corresponding dates
next to each value in the format below i.e.
A B C D E F G H
25 01/07 blank 60 09/05 blank 30 26/7
In the 2nd row I would like to show the highest number from the
first row as well as the corresponding date value in the cell to the
right of that value.
My A2 formula is MAX(A2,D2) = 60
Shouldn't that be =MAX(A1;D1;G1) ?
The issue I am having is to get the corresponding date value from
the adjacent column i.e. 09/05 in row B2.
Wouldn't you be better off placing your values in three rows of two
columns? Then you could use VLOOKUP().
Unfortunately this sort of 'table' VLOOKUP requires is not feasible
on my data set.
I don't see why not. It might well be that reorganising your data in
some way is the right solution.
I trust this helps.
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