Oct 30 2020 11:07 AM
Oct 30 2020 12:29 PM
If I may ask, where do you get values from?
what result would you like to achieve with your project?
With your permission, if I can recommend. It can help us all if you upload an Excel file (without sensitive data), no picture. Even if it is said that a picture can say a thousand words, it is certainly not in the case of Excel, on the contrary in some cases. This would also be a blessing for all of us, as we can understand the problem much better, a win-win situation for everyone.
* Knowing the Excel version and operating system would also be an advantage.
Thank you for your understanding and patience
I know I don't know anything (Socrates)
Oct 30 2020 12:39 PM
@Nikolino Thank you for your reply and tips... Attached is a sample. The gray fields are the input fields. If a customer shopped at Publix and bought 7 rolls the cost per roll would be $.50 as indicated by the orange F3 cell. Hope this helps...
Nov 25 2020 07:43 AM
@Sergei Baklan Love this simple formula. But what if the table value is spaces where the Dept does not apply... meaning the price is not dictate by Dept? For example, Farmer Jacks; If the Customer enters Store = Farmer Jack, Product = Rolls, Dept = Baked Goods and if you look up in the tables Stores, Product and the Dept is spaces in the table, skip it and check Starting Range. Otherwise, lookup the Stores, Product, Dept and Starting Range.
Nov 25 2020 08:47 AM
If I understood correctly result shall be
Hope you have LET function, when it could be
=LET( Quantity, D25, Store, A25, Product, B25, Dept, C25, Stores, $A$2:$A$20, Products, $B$2:$B$20, Depts, $C$2:$C$20, startRange, $D$2:$D$20, priceEach, $F$2:$F$20, shortCriteria, Store&Product, shortRange, Stores&Products, noDpts, ISNA(XMATCH(Store&Product&Dept,Stores&Products&Depts)), criteria, Store&Product & IF(noDpts, "", Dept), lookupRange, Stores&Products & IF(noDpts, "", Depts), PricePerRoll, XLOOKUP(Quantity,(lookupRange=criteria)*startRange,priceEach,"no such", -1), PricePerRoll)
IT could be without LET() - formula will be shorter but harder in maintenance
Nov 27 2020 08:09 AM
In general LET() shall be available for all Office365 subscribers except ones on semi-annual channel. For them it shall be available at the beginning of next year. You may start typing in any empty cell =LE
If you see LET in the list you have it
Without LET() formula could be
=XLOOKUP(D25, ($A$2:$A$20&$B$2:$B$20 & IF(ISNA(XMATCH(A25&B25&C25,$A$2:$A$20&$B$2:$B$20&$C$2:$C$20)), "", $C$2:$C$20)= A25&B25 & IF(ISNA(XMATCH(A25&B25&C25,$A$2:$A$20&$B$2:$B$20&$C$2:$C$20)), "", C25))* $D$2:$D$20, $F$2:$F$20, "no such", -1 )
Please check in attached file.