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Helper V

## Vlookup on 3 columns

Hi,

If a part no.  have Lenth, width height (not blank or zero any of the 3 columns) then YES else NO. I need your help.

 Part no Lenth width Height Result 1233 3 0 5 NO 1234 8 6 NO 1235 2 3 4 YES 1236 2 NO 1237 1 2 3 YES
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Hello @sbhan4

Your question is unclear, do you have two tables or do you want the calculation in a single table.

My answer was for a table and I misplaced OR instead of y.

Medida: IF(SELECTEDVALUE(table[Length])>0 && SELECTEDVALUE(table[width])>0 && SELECTEDVALUE(table[Height])>0, "YES","NO")

O

Measurement: IF(ISBLANK(SELECTEDVALUE(table[Length]) ISBLANK(SELECTEDVALUE(table[width]) ISBLANK(SELECTEDVALUE(table[Height]) SELECTEDVALUE(table[Length]) ? 0 ? SELECTEDVALUE(table[width]) to 0 ? SELECTEDVALUE(table[Height]) to 0, "NO","YES")

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Regards,
Pranit

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Hi @sbhan4

Measure = IF(SELECTEDVALUE(table[Length]>0 || SELECTEDVALUE(table[width]>0 || SELECTEDVALUE(table[Height]>0, "YES","NO")

OR

Measure = IF(ISBLANK(SELECTEDVALUE(table[Length]) || ISBLANK(SELECTEDVALUE(table[width]) || ISBLANK(SELECTEDVALUE(table[Height]) || SELECTEDVALUE(table[Length] = 0 || SELECTEDVALUE(table[width] = 0 || SELECTEDVALUE(table[Height] = 0, "NO","YES")

Hope it resolves your issue? Please consider accepting it as the solution to help the other members find it more quickly.

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Regards,
Pranit

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Helper V

@pranit828 Thanks. Didn't work for me. Can you provide me pbix file for it?

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Hello @sbhan4

Your question is unclear, do you have two tables or do you want the calculation in a single table.

My answer was for a table and I misplaced OR instead of y.

Medida: IF(SELECTEDVALUE(table[Length])>0 && SELECTEDVALUE(table[width])>0 && SELECTEDVALUE(table[Height])>0, "YES","NO")

O

Measurement: IF(ISBLANK(SELECTEDVALUE(table[Length]) ISBLANK(SELECTEDVALUE(table[width]) ISBLANK(SELECTEDVALUE(table[Height]) SELECTEDVALUE(table[Length]) ? 0 ? SELECTEDVALUE(table[width]) to 0 ? SELECTEDVALUE(table[Height]) to 0, "NO","YES")

Hope it resolves your issue? Please consider accepting it as the solution to help the other members find it more quickly.

Appreciate your Kudos, Press the thumbs up button!!👍

Regards,
Pranit

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Solution Sage

Formula given by @pranit828  works perfectly,

@pranit828  you have missed closing Parthese after each Selected value that is creating problem to him

Just Rewrite the Fucntion and Share

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Community Champion

Thank you @VijayP

I have updated the formula.

Hope it resolves your issue? Please consider accepting it as the solution to help the other members find it more quickly.

Appreciate your Kudos, Press the thumbs up button!!👍

Regards,
Pranit

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You're looking for an IF statement and not a vlookup..?

If so, create a new column

Result = IF(OR(OR('Table'[Height]=0,ISBLANK('Table'[Height])),or(OR('Table'[Length]=0,ISBLANK('Table'[Length])),OR('Table'[Width]=0,ISBLANK('Table'[Width])))),"NO","YES")
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Helper V

@VijayP  Thank you, Vijay! I have provided brackets as well but didn't work for me. Can you please try this out in pbix file.

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Helper V

@darentengmfs Vlookup or ef else anything is fine. The REsult should come to like that

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