## How to vlookup and return matching value in filtered list?

The VLOOKUP function can help you to find and return the first matching value by default whether it is a normal range or filtered list. Sometimes, you just want to vlookup and return only the visible value if there is a filtered list. How could you deal with this task in Excel?

Vlookup and return matching value in filtered list with Array formulas

#### Vlookup and return matching value in filtered list with Array formulas

The following array formulas can help you to find and return the matching value in a filtered list, please do as this:

Enter this formula:

=INDEX(B4:B19,MATCH(1,IF(SUBTOTAL(3,OFFSET(A4:A19,ROW(A4:A19)-ROW(A4),0,1))>0,IF(A4:A19=F2,1)),0)) into a cell where you want to locate the result, and then press Ctrl + Shift + Enter keys together, and you will get the corresponding value as you need, see screenshot:

Note: In the above formula:

F2: is the lookup value you want to find its corresponding value;

A4:A19: is the data range which contains the lookup value;

B4:B19: is the column data which contains the result value you want to return.

Here is another array formula also can do you a favor, please enter this formula:

=VLOOKUP(F2,IF(SUBTOTAL(3,OFFSET(A4:A19,ROW(A4:A19)-ROW(A4),0,1))>0,A4:D19),4,0) into a blank cell, and then press Ctrl + Shift + Enter keys together to get the correct result, see screenshot:

Note: In the above formula:

F2: is the lookup value you want to find its corresponding value;

A4:A19: is the data range which contains the lookup value;

A4:D19: is the data range that you want to use;

the number 4: is the column number that your matched value return.

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=VLOOKUP(A2,IF(SUBTOTAL(3,OFFSET(Consolidate!D:E,@ROW(Consolidate!D:E)-ROW(Consolidate!D1),0,1))>0,Consolidate!D:E),2,0)
while using this formula through VBA, i am getting @ in front ROW
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Precisely what I needed thank you so much!
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need to use the above for 2 worksheets to look up the filtered data from one worksheet and to use this to replace the data from another worksheet with filtered columns
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Hello, Be,
If you want to lookup and return the matched value from another worksheet, please apply the below formula:
``=INDEX(Sheet1!B2:B11,MATCH(1,IF(SUBTOTAL(3,OFFSET(Sheet1!A2:A11,ROW(Sheet1!A2:A11)-ROW(Sheet1!A2),0,1))>0,IF(Sheet1!A2:A11=F2,1)),0))``

After pasting the formula, please press Ctrl + Shift + Enter keys together.

Note: In the above formula:
Sheet1: is the main worksheet contains the data you want to use;
B2:B11: is the column data which contains the result value you want to return;
A2:A11: is the data range which contains the lookup value;
F2: is the lookup value you want to find its corresponding value.
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NEED HELP TO USE THE SAME FORMULA IN TWO DIFFERENT WORKBOOKS WITH FILTERED COLUMNS asap for a project to be submitted now, but am getting confused onto what to use for which field
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this Vlookup function doesn't return with all results some values returned with #N/A
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Hello Mohamed Kamal,Sorry to hear that. Please make sure the formula is entered with you pressing the Ctrl + Shift + Enter keys. If the solution can't solve your proplem, please send us the screenshot of the details. Thanks!Sincerely,Mandy
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