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Excel formula to find if list of numbers falls in range of numbers listed in two columns
November 18, 2016
You can use the SUMPRODUCT formula to check and see if a list of numbers in one column falls within a range of numbers given in two other columns. This can come in handy, if for example, you have a list of Bates numbers and want to know if they all fall with PRODBEG and PRODEND ranges in a document production. In this example, we have a list of numbers in column A, and ranges of produced documents in columns D and E. Column F simply contains a reference to be returned by the formula. So as you can see this formula: