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Trouble Free VLOOKUPs This article demonstrated a solution to the 6 most common reasons a VLOOKUP function is not working. Reply manoj chemutu says: July 4, 2016 at 11:02 am Thanks !! My formula is very simple: =VLOOKUP(A7,'compiled responses'!B7:C804,1) my data is very simple: column "a" has numbers, column "b" has numbers col A col B 404523 404523 447135 447135 447350 447135 this Click or arrow out side the cell, and what happens? Source

Reply Alan says: September 6, 2016 at 7:12 pm Yes sometimes data needs to be cleansed after importing from a database before formulas such as VLOOKUP can be run. Reply Nina says: September 23, 2016 at 8:35 pm Thank you so much, Svetlana, for the troubleshooting tips! Richard Share Share this post on Digg Del.icio.us Technorati Twitter If absence makes the heart grow fonder and familiarity breeds contempt, perhaps my wife should live in Darwin? Armed with this information you should enjoy a less troublesome future with this awesome Excel function. http://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/msoffice/forum/msoffice_excel-mso_other/vlookup-displays-formula-not-result/41df7e13-9c2d-4680-8593-5008fba0faf7

The table array in the formula is correct and locked. Using VLOOKUP with IFERROR The syntax of the IFERROR function is simple and self-explanatory : ) IFERROR(value,value_if_error) Meaning, you enter the value to check for an error in the 1st argument, Please, edit this topic's initial post and add "[Solved]" to the subject line if your problem has been solved.Ubuntu 16.04, OpenOffice 4.x & LibreOffice 5.x Villeroy Volunteer Posts: 22762Joined: Mon thanks Reply Dee says: November 5, 2015 at 7:01 pm I keep having my vlookup column doing this.

the formula is =vlookup(A2,PLANC,2,false). Are you sure you did it correctly? These techniques will ensure that your VLOOKUP function will always be checking the entire table. Vlookup With Text Naturally, both the table array and the return column's number change when you remove an existing column or insert a new one.

Information on this can be found below. In most cases people are looking for a particular product, order, employee or customer and therefore require an exact match. Once the worksheet calculation is set to automatic, it works again (set it to automatic by going to the Formulas tab and then Calculation Operations and set to Automatic). http://www.excelvlookuphelp.com/why-is-my-vlookup-formula-still-showing-as-a-formula-and-not-the-result/ You sure didn't double click in the formula cell, and therefore invoked edit mode?

Here is the FAQ for this forum. + Reply to Thread Results 1 to 12 of 12 VLOOKUP result is not showing up - only the formula Thread Tools Show Printable Vlookup Value Not Available Error it says my formulas has an error. Here's the structure of the complete formula to do a vlookup from another workbook: =VLOOKUP(lookup_value, '[workbook name]sheet name'!table_array, col_index_num, FALSE) A real formula might look similar to this: =VLOOKUP($A$2,'[New Prices.xls]Sheet1'!$B:$D,3,FALSE) The Any other suggestions? "Linda" wrote: > While using VLOOKUP, the result is not showing up...only the formula.

share|improve this answer edited Oct 3 '13 at 20:05 Kevin Panko 5,000113144 answered Oct 3 '13 at 19:38 Brandon 1 add a comment| Your Answer draft saved draft discarded Sign https://www.ablebits.com/office-addins-blog/2014/08/27/excel-vlookup-not-working/ But once I hit OK only the formula showed up. Vlookup Displays #n/a If you need to get all duplicate occurrences, you will have to use a combination of the INDEX, SMALL and ROW functions. Vlookup Only Showing Formula Not Result What are we doing wrong???

I am trying to use the following: =MATCH($B$3,$B$2!A1:A10, 0) Thanks in advance. -Ravi Where I specify the required name to be queried in the B3 cell of the query sheet, and this contact form Reply John says: August 1, 2015 at 9:40 am SL No Part # Description SL No Part # Description 1 1100316 PLATE SPRING UPPE 1 1100316 #N/A 2 1100611 KEY WOODRUFF I don't know why (Excel 2010) did this; there is no logical reason this happened in the first place, and certainly no reason this should have fixed it, but it did. Share Share this post on Digg Del.icio.us Technorati Twitter Reply With Quote May 5th, 2004,12:01 AM #10 RichardS Board Regular Join Date Feb 2002 Location Victoria, Australia Posts 761 Re: VLOOKUP Vlookup Not Working Between Sheets

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- You will find the detailed info and a formula example in this tutorial - INDEX / MATCH formula to lookup values to left. 5.
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- The lookup is working except for occasion where the exact value is not found, but something close is found.
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Your cache administrator is webmaster. Solution: Always use absolute **cell references (with the** $ sign) in table arrays, e.g. $A$2:$C$100 or $A:$C. Can anyone help? have a peek here But once I hit OK only the formula showed up.

Every time I transfer the notes, the majority are correct but quite a few either populate as ‘0’, ‘#N/A’, or pull previous notes from much earlier spreadsheets. Why Does Excel Show The Formula Instead Of The Result what you are presenting here of useful material reflects your sweetness, kind heart and sole. Then the next time you go in a enter a formula, Excel thinks it's still a text value.

No color-change, font, border, protection status nor number format will ever do this. Kindly, DH Reply Alan Murray says: July 12, 2016 at 8:01 pm I think your VLOOKUP by the sound of it is comparing columns A and B. In addition some of the data is represented properly. Vlookup Returning #n/a When Value Exists Share Share this post on Digg Del.icio.us Technorati Twitter Regards!

I'll see what the user thinks. Cell references changed when **copying the formula to other cells** The heading gives an exhaustive explanation of the problem, right? Thank you so much for your help. http://stickersweb.com/vlookup-not/vlookup-not-working-returning-formula.php what i want to solve now is how can i make the names of the clients appear in my report to see in details who the clients are already based on

My view options are not set to display formulas. This makes the col_index_num dynamic so inserted columns will no longer affect the VLOOKUP. Save lots of time. http://www.computergaga.com/tips/lookup_formulas/case_sensitive_lookup.html I have not tested this, but think it should work.

No response for Integrating Cos[2 pi x/l]/( t^2 + x^2) What does the $this->hasData() evaluate and do? Register To Reply 12-19-2005,12:30 PM #9 David Billigmeier Guest RE: VLOOKUP result is not showing up - only the formula Linda - I am more convinced your problem is due to Try Index Match combination instead. Worked great, but now I am trying to sum values in several rows and I get a Zero.

Register To Reply 12-19-2005,11:30 AM #2 David Billigmeier Guest RE: VLOOKUP result is not showing up - only the formula Try hitting Ctrl+` (the key directly to the left of the Please add the link to this article and your comment number. Reply Sharon says: February 9, 2016 at 9:12 pm THANK YOU!!!! And in this case it is stopping at that point because it is not a match i.e. 447350 is not equal to 447135.

Register To Reply 12-19-2005,12:10 PM #5 Linda Guest RE: VLOOKUP result is not showing up - only the formula Thanks David, but this did not help. error too. i don't know what to do!! Can you tie up these Laurent sequences?

In practice, we often forget about this and end up with VLOOKUP not working because of the N/A error. A PivotTable would be perfect to select a value and list the results instead. Reply Alan Murray says: June 13, 2016 at 6:54 am It should work with dates no problem.