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We are looking to create a formula to reference a date in another sheet (sheet 2) and than see if the referenced date in (Sheet 2)is before or after the date in the formula sheet (sheet 1).

Forcing a check box or adding a visual identifier to the formula if it is true would be ideal.

 

I've created this VLOOKUP formula, but keep getting '#UNPARSEABLE'.

Sheet 2 does have parents and children, I selected the children under one parent in the formula below.

 

=VLOOKUP([$House Number],{TEST_TVMFF Creation Tracker 2019_TEST Range 4}, [House Number]2 ,[false]

 

([$House Number], - the number in sheet 1

TEST_TVMFF Creation Tracker 2019_TEST  - the name of sheet 2

[House Number]2 - the column number in sheet 2 I am looking to return the value of

[false] - exacte results

 

Thanks in advance.

Comments

Two very minor and easy to miss things...

 

1: Your $ should be outside of the bracket

and

2: That same piece is missing a row number.

 

You have 

[$House Number], 

It should be 

$[House Number]#

where # is replaced either by an actual number or the @row reference.

 

I am also unsure of your column number portion without being able to see some screenshots or something.