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.
Here's why you should upgrade to Office 2021 if you're on 2019 or 2016 (and for some reason you can't upgrade to 365). You get life-changing Excel functions like XLOOKUP, UNIQUE, FILTER, SORT and a lot more. I cover what you get when you upgrade in this post.
This is the list of the most useful Excel Functions you need to know in 2021. There are the new functions available in Excel for Microsoft 365 and also on Excel for the web (available for free).
Let's take a look at 10 Excel features that are better than Google Sheets. This post is like a "top 10 tips and tricks" type of post. Even if you're currently using Excel, you might discover new tips you can use.
The IF function is one of the most popular functions in Excel. But what about the IFS function? Does it really make writing nested IF functions easier? Let's find out.
Learn to create a simple searchable drop-down list in Excel on multiple rows. Searchable lists make it easier to find an item from a large data validation list. We finally get to make this with simple formulas.
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 XLOOKUP 5 Examples By now, you may have read about Excel’s new super lookup function called XLOOKUP. XLOOKUP has the promise of becoming the only lookup function you’ll ever need for virtually any lookup problem you encounter. This will be a
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