The lookup function is the simplest function in Excel. It can return exact or approximate matches and it's super easy to write. Yet many people prefer VLOOKUP because it's easier to understand. In this tutorial, I'll explain the LOOKUP function by using a simple, followed by a more complex example.
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Quickly learn how to use Excel's DGET Function to lookup one or more criteria. DGET can also do a left lookup (unlike VLOOKUP). It's a forgotten Excel database function. Can you apply DGET to a range of cells? Find out in this article.
Excel's New Dynamic Array FILTER Function The FILTER function can be thought of as the new power lookup function; in many cases replacing the traditional VLOOKUP and INDEX/MATCH functions when searching for data in a table. Situations you will benefit from when
Excel XLOOKUP Explained (Goodbye VLOOKUP!) In this post, we will examine Excel’s BEST function for performing a lookup… We’re going to look at how the new (upcoming) XLOOKUP function solves common lookup problems typically solved by older functions like… LOOKUP VLOOKUP HLOOKUP
The Complete Guide to INDEX & MATCH INDEX & MATCH for Flexible Lookups Contents CHAPTER 1 The Basics of INDEX & MATCH CHAPTER 2 Lookup multiple criteria in rows or columns