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vlookup help for efficient Excel queries November 5, 2007

Posted by Steven in In-Media, Work-related.
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If you would like to use MS Excel sufficiently then you have to be aware of the advanced querying features of this vastly used financial / calculation tool. Especially the vlookup function can serve as a powerful hammer to nail down those tiny bits of data that you have been searching for since last Christmas.

But now that I am aware of these powerful measures I would like to know how to use vlookup. A source if interesting and helpful information is the truly online – online help at Microsofts Office centre. Check it out here:

http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/excel/HP052093351033.aspx

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