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My input range is AC38:BH38 which contains either a value or is empty. There is also a range, $AC$58:$BH$58, which contains a value of "Y" or is also empty.

If a cell within the range $AC$58:$BH$58 contains the value "Y", then the corresponding cell within row 38 is not empty. I want the value within that cell only if its value is greater than 0.

The answers required are (formatted as Answer#_ = ):

Value of the 'Last cell' (Right hand side) of the input range AC38:BH38 meeting the above 2 conditions.

Value of the 1 cell left of the cell that satisfies Answer #1 if it also satisfies the initial conditions.

Value of the 2 cell LEFT to the above cell(Answer #1) provided it also meets the above conditions.

Value of the 3 cell LEFT to the above cell(Answer #1) provided it also meets the above conditions.

I want 4 answers from the entire range of AC38:BH38 in output cells, say, CA38, CB38, CC38 & CD38. The formula should check all the cells of AC38:BH38 to ascertain which cell/(s) qualifies (a cell qualifies if it meets the above 2 conditions) & then give the answers as per the 4 types of requirements. 2 conditions: Value of the cell (in AC38:BH38) MUST BE>0; the corresponding cell in $AC$58:$BH$58 MUST CONTAIN the value "Y". Ex: AC38=777 & AC58=Y QUALIFIES; AD38=999 & AD58="" DOES NOT QUALIFIES

Kumar,

These entered as array formulas (commit with Ctrl+Shift+Enter rather than just enter).

="Answer #1 = "&Index($38:$38,1,LARGE(IF(($AH$58:$BH$58="Y")*(LEN(TRIM($AH$38:$BH$38))>0)*($AH$38:$BH$38>0),COLUMN($AH$58:$BH$58)),1))

="Answer #2 = "&INDEX($38:$38,1,LARGE(IF(($AH$58:$BH$58="Y")*(LEN(TRIM($AH$38:$BH$38))>0)*($AH$38:$BH$38>0),COLUMN($AH$58:$BH$58)),2))

="Answer #3 = "&INDEX($38:$38,1,LARGE(IF(($AH$58:$BH$58="Y")*(LEN(TRIM($AH$38:$BH$38))>0)*($AH$38:$BH$38>0),COLUMN($AH$58:$BH$58)),3))

="Answer #4 = "&=INDEX($38:$38,1,LARGE(IF(($AH$58:$BH$58="Y")*(LEN(TRIM($AH$38:$BH$38))>0)*($AH$38:$BH$38>0),COLUMN($AH$58:$BH$58)),4))

again, these must be entered with Ctrl+Shift+Enter rather than just enter since these are array formulas.

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Regards,

Tom Ogilvy

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