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Microsoft: Office FAQ

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A VLOOKUP formula appears to be written correctly but will only return Error messages. by gpeterman
Posted: 10 Sep 10

Check the information in the cells of the columns\Ranges you are searching. Excell recognizes leading spaces as valid text. Highlight the column you are searching and set it to "left indent" then check to see if there is a space to the left of the information in the cells. It would probably be a good idea to check for spaces to the right also.

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