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Guys, I come again to you with a question for the ages and it has to do with VLOOKUP/HLOOKUP
I never really learned how (or understood why) H/VLOOKUP works and I think it might be relevant for my problem.
I have an Excel sheet that implements a SQL query and dumps the 3 columns I'm looking for into a worksheet. That's easy. Here's a screenshot (important secret info hidden, but consider it a unique identifier):
So when I hit refresh (F5) the query runs and gives me this. I know how to make a pivot table, but only basically. What I want to do is have something look at the State (first column) and match it to a name here:
This list changes once a month and any manager might be assigned a different state to work, but this is largely a static list.
The results of the subtotaling/counting should populate in the yellow columns on this other worksheet:
For all intents and purposes, consider each column displayed here in each image "A" and each row as "1"