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How to use two-way lookup formula in Excel?

Two-way lookup will be used when you look up a value at the intersection corresponding to given row and column values. For instance, you have a table with multiple rows and column headers, and which value you want to lookup is the intersection at column 5-Jan and row AA-3 as below screenshot shown. This article will tell you how to use this two-way lookup formula in Excel.
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Two-way lookup with formulas

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To lookup the intersection of a given row and column, you need to follow below steps:

1. List the column and row headers you want to look up at, see screenshot:
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2. In the cell you want to place the lookup value, select one formula from below:





(1) A1:A8 is the column range, L1 is the row header you want to look up in the column range, A1:I1 is the row range, L2 is the column header you want to find in the row range, A1:I8 is the whole range of the data, you can change as you need)

(2) The formula =SUMPRODUCT((A1:A8=L1)*(A1:I1=L2),A1:I8) will return 0 if the lookup value is text.
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3. Press Enter key, the intersection corresponding of the specific column and row has been found.

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Can you help me in a task which I was performing using kutools for Excel.

I have about 1000 values in a column as SKU.

There are 307 headers in the main sheet.

10 sheets have few headers out of these 307 headers in the row and different values are given as per the SKU.

I want to do a vlookup that will paste the corresponding values below the column from other sheets based on the SKU on the left main column.

I am attaching the Excel sheet for reference.

It would be really helpful if you could help me with this.

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