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LaurensM
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@Scot12 
To retrieve multiple records based on a query, you will need Filter.
LookUp will only return the first record that matches the condition.

You also mentioned a record and text mismatch, I expect ProjectType to be a record?
In this case, try the following code:

Filter(BillngTsks, ProjectType = Dropdown4.Selected))

This should work if the dropdown contains the different project type records as a choice list.

 
I hope this helps!

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LaurensM
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@Scot12 
To retrieve multiple records based on a query, you will need Filter.
LookUp will only return the first record that matches the condition.

You also mentioned a record and text mismatch, I expect ProjectType to be a record?
In this case, try the following code:

Filter(BillngTsks, ProjectType = Dropdown4.Selected))

This should work if the dropdown contains the different project type records as a choice list.

 
I hope this helps!

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