@twitchcoeThank you for your response, but this doesn't resolve my issue. Specifying the axis to search will simply return the coordinate on that axis, which corresponds to the item that one is searching for; I'm searching for an item that is on Z=1, but X and Y locations vary. Even when I search on the Z axis, it only returns the coordinate when the item is at (1,1). It returns zero when the item is elsewhere.
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Assume the illustration above is a table in which an item of interest is located at (2,2). These coordinates are unknown, however, and this is where I use Table.Find(Z,1,"item",1,1,1) to find X and Table.Find(Z,2,"item",1,1,1) to find Y. The problem is that in the case demonstrated above, both of these commands return 0, as if the item does not exist, when it does. The simple question then is, how do I find the coordinates of the item above? I've used Table.Find() before and I assume that my setup is correct, but as described earlier, X only returns when Y=1 and Y only returns when X=1. If the item is at (2,2), (2,4), (4,7), etc, Table.Find() returns 0.