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... a variable table to a function like

**VLOOKUP**: =**VLOOKUP**( value , CHOOSE ( index_num , ...... have a table here, I could just use

**VLOOKUP**and reference the table. I get ... to use FALSE to force an exact match. =**VLOOKUP**( C5 , $H$5:$I$7 , 2 , FALSE ) ... , "blue" ) We get the same result as**VLOOKUP**, and we don't need this table ...... way to trap the #N/A error. See

**VLOOKUP**without NA error for an example. ...... lookup table In the worksheet below,

**VLOOKUP**is used to get costs for two ... Using the vendor indicated in column F,**VLOOKUP**automatically uses the correct table: Example of INDIRECT for**VLOOKUP**with variable table The formula ...... , C5:C18 ) // get country XLOOKUP vs

**VLOOKUP**The equivalent**VLOOKUP**formula to retrieve population is: =**VLOOKUP**( G4 , B5:D18 , 3 , 0 ) There ...... and E are calculated like this: = C5 *

**VLOOKUP**( B5 , split_table , 2 , TRUE ) // agent = C5 ***VLOOKUP**( B5 , split_table , 3 , TRUE ) ... 3 in the table. In both formulas,**VLOOKUP**is set to approximate match ...... keep things simple, we're going to use

**VLOOKUP**like this: =**VLOOKUP**( G5 , B5:D16 , 2 , 0 ) // look up name =**VLOOKUP**( G5 , B5:D16 , 3 , 0 ) // look ...... in a horizontal table . Like the "V" in

**VLOOKUP**which stands for "vertical", the ... in the first row of a table. Use**VLOOKUP**when lookup values are located ...XLOOKUP is a modern replacement for the

**VLOOKUP**function. It is a flexible and ... Compared to older functions like**VLOOKUP**, HLOOKUP , and LOOKUP , XLOOKUP ... advantages, especially compared to**VLOOKUP**: XLOOKUP can lookup data to the ...... is a more flexible replacement for

**VLOOKUP**, and it's just as easy to use. ... the value we want to look up. Unlike**VLOOKUP**, where we'd want to supply the ...