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Result Sheet  
Data Sheet
Data Sheet  

Again seek your help,

I have two sheet one sheet with master data and another the result sheet

Want the data under relevant column as per heading..

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ANSWER: Shiven,

In cell A2 of sheet result, put in this formula


and enter it with Ctrl+Shift+enter rather than just Enter since this is an array formula.  

Now Drag fill it across to cell C2

Now Select A2:C2 and drag fill down until it stops producing names.

I tested it with the data you show and it produced the first row of data in your result picture and cell B3  (that is all the data you provided in your snap shot).  I added some additional test values to the Data sheet and the formula worked as expected - pulling the names and placing them in the correct columns.  So this should work for you.

Tom Ogilvy

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Thanks for your revert, but issue not resolved in 2nd row data is not populating. Even doing as suggested


not much I can say.  The formula works based on the information you provided.  I can look at your workbook if you want to send it.  If not, then there is nothing else I can do for you since my testing shows the formula working.

send to  if you are interested in me trouble shooting the formula in your workbook.

Tom Ogilvy

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