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I'm new to this and I'm racking my brains over how to get this to work, I can do basic IF & Vlookup but I believe I need the merge the 2 for this one.

Is there a formula I can use on the "NLN" tab that will drag across all the data from the "R&MCollections" tab once the Tick-box on column P is True?

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  • Hi Glorfindel I know it's not much but I've added 2 screenshots of the spreadsheet is that helps. – Jackal May 28 at 11:43
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Please use the following query formula:

=QUERY('R&MCollections'!J1:Q," SELECT * WHERE P = TRUE ")

(you can change ranges to your needs)

IMPORTANT
Normally, when referring to text, the WHERE clause should be wrapped with single quotes ' '
But, when the clause depends on a Tick box, we MUST NOT use the single quotes.

As an example:
If one would look for John the WHERE clause should be WHERE P = 'John'

Functions used:

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  • marikamitsos you are an absolute star, thank you. – Jackal Jun 1 at 6:49
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