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**LOOKUP**function is designed to fetch a ... from a table, using a column index. = V**LOOKUP**( F5 , B5:D14 , 2 , 0 ) With a column index of 2, I can use name to**lookup**the building. However, with ...... criteria. This array will become the

**lookup**array inside FILTER. Now let's ... to recreate the same logic inside the**lookup**array argument. To do that, I use ...... calculate that next using MATCH. The

**lookup**value is the city name in H7; the**lookup**array is city_names, and the ...... video we'll look at how to use the H

**LOOKUP**function. H**LOOKUP**works like V**LOOKUP**but is meant for data in a ...... date from a table, you can use the V

**LOOKUP**function. In the example shown, the formula in F6 is: = V**LOOKUP**( E6 , B6:C11 , 2 , 0 ) How this formula works This is a standard V**LOOKUP**formula. It requires a table with ...If you need to perform multiple

**lookup**s sequentially, based on whether the earlier**lookup**s succeed or not, you can chain one or more V**LOOKUP**s together with IFERROR. In the ...To use X

**LOOKUP**to find an exact match, you'll need to supply a**lookup**value, a**lookup**range, and a result range. In ...... you can use a formula based on the

**LOOKUP**and SEARCH functions. In the case ... example shown, the formula in C5 is: =**LOOKUP**( 2 , 1 / SEARCH ( things , B5 ), ... ; #VALUE! } This array serves as the "**lookup**_vector" for the**LOOKUP**function. ...... hyperlinks to the first match in a

**lookup**, you can use a formula based on ... to the first match found of the**lookup**value in the named range "data". ... function to locate the first match of**lookup**values in column B: INDEX ( data ...To

**lookup**the "next largest" match in a set ... it encounters a value larger than the**lookup**value, then drops back to the previous value. So, when**lookup**values are sorted in ascending ...