Excel - Mastering Lookup Functions
Roman’s professional and relaxed style reflects his thorough understanding of adult learning principles and is demonstrated through his diverse range of classroom, seminar, workshop, and online delivery services and instructional materials.
With Microsoft Certifications in Excel and Word, he has mastered over 2500 topics to advanced level in Microsoft Excel, Access, Outlook, Project, PowerPoint, Word, Visio, and Publisher. He also recently added Office 365, SharePoint Online, OneDrive, Outlook Web Application, and Office Online to his online courses portfolio. Roman has qualifications in Frontline Management, Accounting, Training, and Assessment and is certified in Six Sigma business improvement methodology.
trained over 15,000 students and authored a wide range of complex
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"How do I look up a value in list ONE and pick up a related value from list TWO"
"How do I avoid my lookup formula displaying an ugly error when it can't find a match?"
"I've heard of VLOOKUP but what's HLOOKUP and what’s XLOOKUP?"
These are just a few of the questions I get asked on a regular basis. You can get the answers to these questions (and more) by attending this training session dedicated to mastering the various lookup functions that are built into Excel.
- How to construct and use the VLOOKUP function
- TRUE and FALSE – the 4th parameter demystified
- Tables – the key to future-proofing VLOOKUP
- How to construct and use the HLOOKUP function
- How to avoid #NA
- NEW: The XLOOKUP function
Course Level - Advanced
Who Should Attend
This training is categorized as intermediate-to-advanced. It is aimed at users who want to learn about the Lookup functions in Excel. Although the training will be delivered using the latest version of Excel, this training is relevant for users of Excel 2010 and above.
Why Should You Attend
HLOOKUP, XLOOKUP are some of the most well-known (and most useful)
formulas in Excel. Used properly, they will help you to improve the
accuracy and integrity of your Excel workbooks, save a ton of time, and
minimize data entry errors.