# How do I do VLOOKUP in Excel 2013?

## How do I do VLOOKUP in Excel 2013?

10 Steps on How To Use VLOOKUP in Excel 2013

1. Select the cell where you would like to calculate the VLOOKUP formula.
2. Click on “Formulas” tab at the top of the window.
3. Select “Lookup & Reference” icon on the Ribbon.
4. Choose “VLOOKUP” towards the bottom of the drop-down window.

## How do you do a VLOOKUP in Excel 2013 and 2016?

How to Use VLOOKUP in Excel

1. Identify a column of cells you’d like to fill with new data.
2. Select ‘Function’ (Fx) > VLOOKUP and insert this formula into your highlighted cell.
3. Enter the lookup value for which you want to retrieve new data.
4. Enter the table array of the spreadsheet where your desired data is located.

How do I do a VLOOKUP in Excel 2013 for multiple columns?

The VLOOKUP function can be combined with other functions such as the Sum, Max, or Average to calculate values in multiple columns. As this is an array formula, to make it work we simply need to press CTRL+SHIFT+ENTER at the end of the formula.

### What is the use of VLOOKUP in Excel?

VLOOKUP stands for ‘Vertical Lookup’. It is a function that makes Excel search for a certain value in a column (the so called ‘table array’), in order to return a value from a different column in the same row.

### How do you find a match in Excel?

You can apply the following formula to find matched value by searching upwards in Excel. Please do as follows. 1. Select a blank cell for locating the matched value, then enter formula =LOOKUP(2,1/(A2:A5=D2),B2:B5) into the Formula Bar, and then press the Enter key. See screenshot:

How do you use search in Excel?

Hit the key combination Ctrl + F on your keyboard. Type in the words you want to find. Enter the exact word or phrase you want to search for, and click on the “Find” button in the lower right of the Find window. Excel will begin searching for matches of the word, or words, you entered in the search field.

## How do you create a lookup table?

To create a lookup table, provide details such as lookup spec and the lookup table name. Click Product Manager > Lookup Tables > Lookup Table Console. Click the new icon. From the Select Type drop-down list, select Single String Key and click Select.