How To Do A Vlookup In An Excel Spreadsheet

VLOOKUP might not be as intuitive as other functions, but it’s a powerful tool worth learning. Take a look at some examples and learn how to use VLOOKUP for your own Excel projects.

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  • How to use VLOOKUP in Excel (In Easy Steps)
    When using the VLOOKUP function in Excel, you can have multiple lookup tables. You can use the IF function to check whether a condition is met, and return one lookup table if TRUE and another lookup table if FALSE. 1. Create two named ranges: Table1 and Table2. 2. Select cell E4 and enter the VLOOKUP function shown below.
    04/23/2024 - 6:35 am | View Website
  • VLOOKUP function
    In its simplest form, the VLOOKUP function says: =VLOOKUP(What you want to look up, where you want to look for it, the column number in the range containing the value to return, return an Approximate or Exact match – indicated as 1/TRUE, or 0/FALSE).
    04/23/2024 - 1:49 am | View Website
  • Excel VLOOKUP function | Exceljet
    The Excel VLOOKUP function is used to retrieve information from a table using a lookup value. The lookup values must appear in the first column of the table, and the information to retrieve is specified by column number. VLOOKUP supports approximate and exact matching, and wildcards (* ?) for partial matches.
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  • Quick Reference Card: VLOOKUP refresher
    VLOOKUP is one of the most popular, useful functions in Excel, but it’s hard to remember the formula if you don’t use it that often. If all you want is the syntax for VLOOKUP, here it is: VLOOKUP(lookup_value,table_array,col_index_num,[range_lookup])
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