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... are classic lookup functions, including

**VLOOKUP**, HLOOKUP , LOOKUP , and MATCH . ... is the named range "data" (B5:C9). =**VLOOKUP**( E5 , data , 2 , 0 ) // "ice ... IFERROR function is wrapped around the**VLOOKUP**formula like this: = IFERROR ( ...... to catch the #N/A error thrown by

**VLOOKUP**when a lookup value isn't found. ... The syntax looks like this: = IFERROR (**VLOOKUP**( value , data , column , 0 ), "Not found" ) In this example, when**VLOOKUP**returns a result, IFERROR ...... formulas that do the same thing as the

**VLOOKUP**formulas already on this worksheet. First, to recap, these**VLOOKUP**formulas currently retrieve ... formulas, that work just like the**VLOOKUP**version. However, INDEX and ...... kinds of formulas. For instance, the

**VLOOKUP**function is designed to fetch a ... from a table, using a column index. =**VLOOKUP**( F5 , B5:D14 , 2 , 0 ) With a ... with dynamic arrays, we can ask**VLOOKUP**for more than one value using an ...... with associated costs, you can use

**VLOOKUP**to find and retrieve the cost ... shown, the formula in cell F6 is: =**VLOOKUP**( E6 , B5:C7 , 2 , FALSE ) This ... works This is a basic example of**VLOOKUP**in "exact match" mode. The ...... in the first row of a table. Use

**VLOOKUP**when lookup values are located ...... function with named ranges inside of

**VLOOKUP**. In the example shown the formula in G5 is: =**VLOOKUP**( F5 , INDIRECT ( E5 ), 2 , 0 ) ... then refer to the named range inside of**VLOOKUP**. However, if you just try to ...... on multiple tax brackets, you can use

**VLOOKUP**and a rate table structured as ... in the example. The formula in G5 is: =**VLOOKUP**( inc , rates , 3 , 1 ) + ( inc -**VLOOKUP**( inc , rates , 1 , 1 )) * ...... on arbitrary text values, you can use

**VLOOKUP**instead of a long series of ... example shown, the formula in F5 is: =**VLOOKUP**( E5 , key , 2 , 0 ) How this ... use FALSE instead of zero if you like.**VLOOKUP**simply looks up the value and ...... (a one-column range) you can use the

**VLOOKUP**function set to exact match, ... In the example the formula in D7 is: =**VLOOKUP**( "*" , B5:B11 , 1 , FALSE ) How ... matches any text value. When used with**VLOOKUP**in exact match mode (the 4th ...