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For example, using VLOOKUP with multiple criteria. By default, VLOOKUP allows you to lookup for a single value. But in a real world, there are some situations where we need to use two or more criteria.Should I use match or VLOOKUP?
Why INDEX MATCH is Better Than VLOOKUP Dynamic Column Reference Leads to Fewer Errors. The key difference between INDEX MATCH and VLOOKUP is that VLOOKUP requires a static column reference while INDEX MATCH uses a dynamic column ... Insert Column Immunity. ... Easier to Drag and Copy. ... No Array Restriction. ... Right to Left Lookup. ... Doubles as an HLOOKUP. ... Lower Processing Need. ... Conclusion. ...Can I use VLOOKUP without an exact match?
If set to TRUE or "1" (which is the default) VLOOKUP will allow a non-exact match. If set to "0"or FALSE, VLOOKUP will require an exact match. In this case, we definitely want to allow a non-exact match because the exact sales amounts will not appear in the lookup table, so I'll use TRUE.How to average multiple VLOOKUP findings in Excel?
Average multiple vlookup findings with Kutools for Excel (1) Select the column you will search for lookup value, and click the Primary Key; (2) Select the column where you will average vlookup findings, and click Calculate > Average; (3) Specify the combination or calculation rules for other columns. In our case, we select the Price column and click Combine > Comma.