#DAE7F5 ;text-align: center;color: #161120"> 13 14 15 #DAE7F5 ;color: #161120">Home I have this array formula in AE3: that matches the type of blind (PVCvenetian) with a category, and goes to the price grids I have set up to get a price based on the width and height, or go to the next highest price if it cant find an exact match. What I would like to amend in the above example, where it has newyork50 and newyork63, is to only have "newyork" but put the IF statement in there somewhere to say: IF the blind type says PVCvenetian, then look up the price grid called newyork50 by concatenating S14 + Q14. My 4 column table on the Categories page at H7:K1402 would say: PVCvenetian newyork blank column 3 PVCvenetian newyork blank column 63 any suggestions much appreciated Keith Office16 on Windows 10 .">
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Excel 2016 (Windows) 32 bit #DAE7F5 " /> #DAE7F5 ;text-align: center;color: #161120"> 13 14 15 #DAE7F5 ;color: #161120">Home I have this array formula in AE3: that matches the type of blind (PVCvenetian) with a category, and goes to the price grids I have set up to get a price based on the width and height, or go to the next highest price if it cant find an exact match. What I would like to amend in the above example, where it has newyork50 and newyork63, is to only have "newyork" but put the IF statement in there somewhere to say: IF the blind type says PVCvenetian, then look up the price grid called newyork50 by concatenating S14 + Q14. My 4 column table on the Categories page at H7:K1402 would say: PVCvenetian newyork blank column 3 PVCvenetian newyork blank column 63 any suggestions much appreciated Keith Office16 on Windows 10

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