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Tip 36: Performing a Two-Column Lookup
An alternative approach is to create a new two-column lookup table, as shown in Figure 36-2. This
table contains the same information as the original table, but column H contains the data from
columns D and E, concatenated.
Figure 36-2: Avoid a two-column lookup by combing two columns into one.
After you create this new table, you can use a simpler formula to perform the lookup:
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