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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 ( ...... AM, 7 AM-12 PM, etc.) you can use the

**VLOOKUP**function in approximate match ... need to take a more custom approach.**VLOOKUP**, in its approximate match mode, ... to largest. Finally, configure the**VLOOKUP**function to look up each time in ...... is zero or FALSE. Alternative with

**VLOOKUP**Since**VLOOKUP**also returns an #N/A error when ... round, you can build a formula with**VLOOKUP**that works the same as the MATCH ...... sheet are the month names in row 4. The

**VLOOKUP**function is used to perform the ... lookup. The formula in cell C5 is: =**VLOOKUP**( $B5 , INDIRECT ( "'" & C$4 & "'!" & "B5:C11" ), 2 , 0 ) Inside**VLOOKUP**, the lookup value is entered as ...... lookup value in the first column (like

**VLOOKUP**). In either case, LOOKUP ... the use of the array form and suggests**VLOOKUP**and HLOOKUP as better options. ...... 1 and 2 here: Video 1: 5 ways to use

**VLOOKUP**Video 2: 23 tips to work faster ...... Excel formulas. Video 1: 5 ways to use

**VLOOKUP**Video 2: 23 tips to work faster ...... matches any text value. When used with

**VLOOKUP**in exact match mode (the 4th ...... and we have: = TEXTJOIN ( "" , 1 ,

**VLOOKUP**( T ( IF ( 1 , { "a" ; "b" ; "c" ... , 2 , 0 )) Essentially, we are asking**VLOOKUP**to find a match for "a", "b", ... both the T and IF functions. After**VLOOKUP**runs, we have: = TEXTJOIN ( "" , ...... with MATCH, you can do everything

**VLOOKUP**can do, and a lot more. How to ...