What I am trying to do is.
For Cell C7— Jacket Blue Men’s
What I want it to do is use a Symbol for Men’s
So my original sheet has the products all listed…this goes to another list and I want to make Jacket Blue Men’s——– | Jacket Blue | ♂ |
So Does Vlookup recognise (Men’s) and will use the list to autofill another cell?
I tried true and it gave me a
Thanks…this is the last step in a MASSIVE puzzle
Can I only have one Vlookup command per sheet?
Also the current
=VLOOKUP(B397,Sheet2!C3:D5,2) IS returning a ♂ but the specific word in that cell is Women’s
So I guess I need to figure out how it will differentuate between women’s and Men’s. I have tried many formulas, and I get
NA# or errors in the formulas.
Can anyone answer this or am I really stuck and have to add ♂ and ♀ and Ω to all 10k entries?
If you want “Men’s” to always match with “♂” then try using SUBSTITUTE which will replace any instance of “Men’s” in the lookup value with that symbol, i.e.
…or do you need it to be | ♂ |….I’m not clear….but the principle is the same….
=VLOOKUP(SUBSTITUTE(C7,"Men's","| ♂ |"),MODEL!A$4:B$9975,2,FALSE)