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Simple VLOOKUP Examples

Data
Sales Person No. Customers Net Sales Profit / Loss
Joseph 8 1,592 563
John 8 1,088 397
Josh 8 1,680 753
Jamie 9 2,133 923
Jackie 10 1,610 579
Johnson 10 1,540 570
Jonathan 7 1,316 428
Jagjit 7 1,799 709
Jairam 8 1,624 621
Jessy 6 726 236
Javed 9 2,277 966
Jimmy 6 714 221
Juno 9 2,682 1,023
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Questions Answer
1. How many sales did John make? 1088
2. How many customers did Jamie have? 9
3. What is the profit of Jessy? 236
4. How many customers did Joshua have? #N/A
Homework
Questions Your Answer
1. How many sales for the person in cell G17?
2. Who made more sales - Jamie or Jackie?
3. What is the sale per customer for Jagjit?
4. What is the profit % for person in G17?
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Comprehensive and easy to understand
This is a book for everyone who uses Vlookup. Most of us think… Oh.. I already know the function. But this book will open you
eyes to some brilliant techniques which can be used across Excel. - by Dr. Nitin Paranjape
Solid introduction to lookup functions
This books does a wonderful job of taking each of the lookup functions available in Excel, breaking them down to a simple, ea
understand level, and then showing many examples of how these functions work. - by Lucas
Formula
=VLOOKUP("John",$B$5:$E$17,3,FALSE)
=VLOOKUP("Jamie",$B$5:$E$17,2,FALSE)
=VLOOKUP("Jessy",$B$5:$E$17,4,FALSE)
=VLOOKUP("Joshua",$B$5:$E$17,2,FALSE)
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This is a book for everyone who uses Vlookup. Most of us think… Oh.. I already know the function. But this book will open your
by Dr. Nitin Paranjape
This books does a wonderful job of taking each of the lookup functions available in Excel, breaking them down to a simple, easy-
understand level, and then showing many examples of how these functions work. - by Lucas Moraga