Excel Magic Trick 781: Three Way Lookup: INDEX and MATCH and Concatenated Ranges & Cells

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1. See how to do a three way lookup when there are two row header variables (criteria) and one column header (criteria) variable using INDEX and MATCH functions for a normal two way lookup, but with the two row headers joined to create a single row header criteria. In essence, three way lookup is turned into a standard two way lookup. Also see IFERROR function.

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