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LOOKUP QUESTION 2
LOOKUP QUESTION 2  
Please see the attached sheet.

Thanks & Regards
Abdul Rehman

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Abdul,

Assume the first group is in A1:A9 in sheet1
second group is in E1:E9 in sheet2
third group is in I1:I8 in sheet3
the M3:M5 is in sheet4

cell B13 is in Sheet1
the formula in B16 would be:

=IF(COUNTIF(Sheet1!$A$1:$A$9,Sheet1!$B$13)>0,Sheet4!$M$3,IF(COUNTIF(Sheet2!$E$1:$E$9,Sheet1!$B$13)>0,Sheet4!$M$4,IF(COUNTIF(Sheet3!$I$1:$I$8,Sheet1!$B$13)>0,Sheet4!$M$5,0)))


if your actual sheet names include a space such as My House, then you would enclose that in single quotes such as

=countif('My House'!$E$1:$E$9, . . .

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Tom Ogilvy

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