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Helper II

## Lookup values based on multiple conditions

Hello,

I have an excel file with two sheets called Data and MF.

DataMF

S.NONew :  =IF(OR(D2="#";D2="NULL");C2;D2)

CombinedValue: = B2&A2&E2 (concatenation of ID ,IDNew, S.NONew)

Rep: = IFERROR(IF(OR(G2="BLANK";G2="CN";G2="PERSON OR COMPANY'S NAME");VLOOKUP(B2;MF!A:B;2;FALSE);VLOOKUP(A2;MF!A:B;2;FALSE));"UNASSIGNED")

I want to implement the S.NoNew, CombinedValue and Rep columns in Power BI desktop instead of in Excel.

I imported the data into Power BI and i created S.NoNew and CombinedValue columns but I need support in creating the Rep column in Power BI.

Regards,

Krishna.

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Community Support

Hi @Krish89 ,

You can create the following calculated column in Data table:

``Rep = var a =LOOKUPVALUE(MF[Rep],MF[ID],Data[ID]) return IF(ISBLANK(a),"UNASSIGNED" ,a)``

Here is the screenshot of my sample data:

If this post helps, then please consider Accept it as the solution to help the other members find it more quickly.

Best Regards,

Dedmon Dai

Helper II

But here in your calculated column the IF condition is missing(refer my post).

Regards,

Krishna.

Community Support

Hi @Krish89 ,

I am sorry that I am not familiar with Excel. If you can explain more about the logic of Rep column , I will write the right formula for it.

Best Regards,

Dedmon Dai

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