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# Excel/Index Match Sum Total Formula

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I tried looking through previous inquiries about my problem but could not find a match.

Below is my formula for pulling the necessary data I need to one cell.

=INDEX('[Schedule Ledger Balances.xls]Ledger'!\$F:\$F, MATCH#C19,'[Schedule Ledger Balances.xls]Ledger'!\$A:\$A,0#)

The formula works fine except for I need to expand the data to include more rows of data.

I will need multiple \$ amounts from F1 to potentially F12 as each row represents one month of data

Can you let me know if you need any other pertinent data or I can send you the spreadsheets as well.

Thanks

Don

At the moment, your formula refers to the entire range of cells in Columns F and A, so I'm not exactly clear what it was you needed - I'm more than happy to look at spreadsheets to help further - my email being aidan.heritage@virgin.net (question found in question pool, indicating original question was rejected by the expert you originally asked for some reason)
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#### Aidan Heritage

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