On 2021/06/13 2:55, Johnny Rosenberg wrote:
Another way to get around it is to name your range. Then your formula
After futile efforts to make all those symbols work somehow, I recalled
you mentioning "naming a range".
Since I did not know, there is such a concept, I did some reading and
after a few experiments - I hope! - I may actually have solved my problem.
Defining the data range in the sheet "Zip codes", naming it "zipcodes"
(this setting apparently does not accept spaces),
look something like =VLOOKUP(N76;ZipCodes;2;0)
Named ranges are absolute, always.
the formula seems to be working .. AND .. looks a lot friendlier!
Your idea was VERY helpful! Thank you.
Even I can understand that formula.
(You used semicolons in your formula, mine has commas. Is there a
Greetings from Japan where it is sunny (and rather hot) today, but we
are about to enter the rainy season ...
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