Overcome the limitations of VLOOKUP. Get up to speed with Excel INDEX & MATCH formulas fast. We’ll look at the functions individually and then bring them together to perform powerful lookups using real world examples.
The MASTER Excel INDEX & MATCH formulas in 4 Minutes video tutorial provides a comprehensive and detailed overview of the powerful Excel INDEX & MATCH formulas. It covers topics such as how to create a basic INDEX & MATCH formula, understanding the syntax of an INDEX & MATCH formula, using multiple criteria in an INDEX & MATCH formula, and using the INDEX & MATCH functions to create a lookup table. Additionally, the tutorial provides examples of real-world applications of the INDEX & MATCH formulas. The video is designed to help users quickly learn the basics of the INDEX & MATCH formulas in just four minutes.
The MAX function in Excel returns the highest value in a set of data that you specify. The syntax is as follows: MAX(number1, [number2], …) Where number can be represented by a numeric value, array, named range, a reference to a cell or range containing numbers.
The INDEX function returns a value or the reference to a value from within a table or range. Play. There are two ways to use the INDEX function: If you want to return the value of a specified cell or array of cells, see Array form. If you want to return a reference to specified cells, see Reference form.
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