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VLookup (Picklist) linked to VLookup (Scroll)

Discussion in 'Ask an Excel Question' started by eyepods, Oct 12, 2017 at 11:23 AM.

  1. eyepods

    eyepods New Member

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    Hi Chandoo and all here, I am a intermediate excel user and find this site invaluable, thanks to all.
    I have a question relating to linking 2 VLookup views on a sheet. Both Vlookup views use the same data, 1 VLookup uses a scroll and the other uses a picklist. Although both view work well as a standalone view, I want to link the 2 views, i.e. If I select 1 field from the Picklist the scroll view displays the same field in the scroll list (and visa-verse).

    I would like to use this as a tool to show dependency of elderly people in care.

    I have attached the xls file for review, any help welcome. (All data is Anonymous)

    Thanks

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  2. NARAYANK991

    NARAYANK991 Excel Ninja

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    Hi ,

    See the attached file.

    Note that I have defined two named ranges ; if you are transferring this to your working file , you will need to create these named ranges in your file.

    I have also introduced two procedures , one for the Scroll Bar change and one for the DV dropdown selection ; you will have to copy these two procedures to your working file.

    Narayan

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  3. eyepods

    eyepods New Member

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    Hi Narayan, many thanks for adding the two procedures allowing views to work, much appreciated. I can know see how this works and how to included in any future excel project.

    Thanks again...

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