# Index and match multiple criteria

11 Jul 2012 The need to look up and match multiple criteria is quite common; however as with most things in Excel there are many ways to 'skin a cat', I'll  11 Jun 2019 Greetings, I'm working in Excel 2013, and I'm using an Index Match Function with multiple criteria. The function should allow me pull in a  So the list that I'm referring to has multiple matches for the text criteria, and each line in the list has a start and end date. I want to bring back the value based off the  11 Jun 2019 HiSo I'm trying to make a lookup formula which have multiple criteria and also partial match.This is the formula that I've been trying so far,  This array constant is used as an argument for the MATCH function, giving a result of 3 (JamesClark found at position 3). 4. Use this result and the INDEX function

## 12 Dec 2019 The tutorial shows how to do multiple criteria vlookup with INDEX and MATCH in Excel. Formula examples are available for download.

Find a Match for Multiple Criteria. In the first example, there was only one criterion, and the match was based on the Item name – Sweater. However, sometimes life, and Excel workbooks, are more complicated. In the screen shot below, each item is listed 3 times in the pricing lookup table. This article explains in simple terms how to use INDEX and MATCH together to perform lookups. It takes a step-by-step approach, first explaining INDEX, then MATCH, then showing you how to combine the two functions together to create a dynamic two-way lookup. INDEX MATCH with multiple criteria. The formula demonstrated in cell D13 is a regular formula, most people prefer a regular formula over an array formula […] INDEX MATCH – Last value. INDEX and MATCH are more versatile than the VLOOKUP function in terms of lookups, however, it only gets the first […] Hi, your posts on index match saved me! One strange issue arises, however, with a three-criteria index match. The first two criteria are a date and a ticker symbol. The third criteria is a text string written as "Buy". The MATCH section results in a row number that gets applied to the ColumnToIndex. When looking up items with more than one criteria, I like to use an INDEX/SUMPRODUCT formula, replacing the MATCH part of the single criterion formula with SUMPRODUCT array multiplication, as descibed by Chandoo.Very generically that looks like:

### Unlike the regular case, your lookup value is derived from two cells. Combine these criteria using the & symbol. Cell I22 = INDEX(C22:F31,MATCH(H22,B22: B31,0)

Find a Match for Multiple Criteria. In the first example, there was only one criterion, and the match was based on the Item name – Sweater. However, sometimes life, and Excel workbooks, are more complicated. In the screen shot below, each item is listed 3 times in the pricing lookup table. This article explains in simple terms how to use INDEX and MATCH together to perform lookups. It takes a step-by-step approach, first explaining INDEX, then MATCH, then showing you how to combine the two functions together to create a dynamic two-way lookup.