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Use a VLOOKUP function for an exact lookup:

Lesson 3-22 from: Microsoft Excel 2016 Expert Skills (0 Video Lessons)
Use a VLOOKUP function for an exact lookup
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Online Video Course: Microsoft Excel 2016 Expert Skills
Session: Session 3: Advanced Functions
Lesson: Lesson 3-22 Use a VLOOKUP function for an exact lookup Thumbnail for the lesson: How to use VLOOKUP in Excel.  Lesson 3-22 from the Excel 2016 Expert Skills tutorial.How to do a VLOOKUP in Excel.
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This lesson shows how to use VLOOKUP in Excel. The video lesson provides a complete introduction to the VLOOKUP function in Excel 2016 formulas. In this lesson's example, a VLOOKUP function is used to search for a stock code number in a worksheet and return the corresponding item's description and price. This lesson explains best practices for VLOOKUP functions and introduces the difference between Exact and Inexact lookups.