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Performing a two way lookup is all about getting a value from a two-dimensional table. That means you can get a value from any cell of a table. And for this, you need to combine match function with vlookup. As you know, normal vlookup is only able to return a value by looking into a single […]Check it out now
In this post, you will learn to create a VLOOKUP Approximate Match to get values from a range. The Idea is very simple to lookup for a value & get values which are approximately matched with lookup value. In this post, I will show how to perform this VLOOKUP Approximate Match so you will able to […]Check it out now
In this post, I’ll reveal the secret about how I use VLOOKUP And MATCH to create data for my Dynamic Charts. I’ll also tell you about reasons to use VLOOKUP And MATCH to increase the power of VLOOKUP. But before doing this let me explain you everything about the combination of these two awesome functions.Check it out now