## 'VLOOKUP function' category

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How to use the asterisk character
The asterisk character allows you to multiply numbers and boolean values in an Excel formula. It can also be used […]
How to simplify nested IF functions
Nested IF statements in a formula are multiple combined IF functions so more conditions and outcomes become possible. They all are […]
How to use the VLOOKUP function
The VLOOKUP function lets you search the leftmost column for a value and return another value on the same row […]
Use VLOOKUP to calculate discounts, commissions, tariffs, charges, shipping costs, packaging expenses or bonuses
Have you ever tried to build a formula to calculate discounts based on price? The VLOOKUP function is much easier […]
Merge tables based on a condition
This article demonstrates techniques on how to merge or combine two data sets using a condition. The top left data […]
How to use VLOOKUP/XLOOKUP with multiple conditions
I will in this article demonstrate how to use the VLOOKUP function with multiple conditions. The function was not built […]
Return multiple values if in range
The image above shows a formula in cell C11 that extracts values from column D if the number in cell […]
How to return a value if lookup value is in a range
In this article, I will demonstrate four different formulas that allow you to lookup a value that is to be found […]
VLOOKUP/XLOOKUP of three columns to pull a single record
Question: Does anyone know how to do a VLOOKUP of three columns to pull a single record? Table of Contents VLOOKUP […]
Formula for matching a date within a date range
This article demonstrates how to match a specified date to date ranges. The image above shows a formula in cell […]
Choose between two data sets to VLOOKUP
Question: How do I search a specific data set, I have two tables to choose from? Answer: Formula in cell C13: […]

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