Column A = Column Z (a name). Column B (a number) is information specific to each name in Column A. The information in Columns Z thru ZZ is deleted every night and repopulated the next day, but the names are shuffled.
If Joe is in Cell Z4 today, his name also appears in Cell A4 and a number (5.55) is next to his name in Cell B4. "Tomorrow," Joe's name appears in Cell Z10 when Columns Z thru ZZ are populated via copy & paste.
I need the number 5.55 (in Column B) to follow Joe no matter where his name appears in Column A (and Z).
The numbers in Column B are manually entered and not a part of what is pasted in Columns Z thru ZZ.
(Columns C thru J contain Joe-specific information. All information in Columns K thru Y are formulas that are calculated based on what is pasted in Columns Z thru ZZ).
I have tried to use VLOOKUP by “tying” the info in Column B to the names in Column A, but I have had no luck assigning the number (5.55) to Joe. I don’t know if this is because Column A = Column Z. Maybe VLOOKUP will work if I “tie” Column B to Column Z. I would not think that would matter, but it may.