Bill Jelen is dedicating 25th – 31st March to one of Excel’s most popular worksheet functions: VLOOKUP. In addition to  doing VLOOKUP themed podcasts, e-book excerpts and drawings over at his MrExcel.com website, he’s also going to curate all the VLOOKUP Week posts from across the web and put them in the RSS feed from the vlookupweek.wordpress.com blog, so VLOOKUP fans can read a variety of perspectives and tricks on VLOOKUP.

I’ve offered to take part by putting a lookup post or two here at RAD Excel. I don’t have anything particular in mind at the moment so if there’s something that you’d like to see explained or written about then post a comment and I’ll do my best (no guarantees) to accommodate your request. Variations on the theme are welcome – left lookups, double lookups, conditional lookups, etc – so don’t be shy!


About Colin Legg

RAD Developer Microsoft MVP - Excel 2009 - 2014
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