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## What is the main function of VLOOKUP?

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.

## What elements are required for VLOOKUP?

About the VLOOKUP function The value you want to look up; The range in which you want to find the value and the return value; The number of the column within your defined range, that contains the return value; 0 or FALSE for an exact match with the value your are looking for; 1 or TRUE for an approximate match.

**What are the advantages of VLOOKUP in Excel?**

Users can search for data both vertically (columns) and horizontally (rows) Allows for left-to-right and right-to-left procedures (VLOOKUP is only left-to-right) Simpler to use and doesn’t require selecting the entire table.

### How do I use the V-lookup formula on Excel?

reference > click on vlookup.

### How to average multiple VLOOKUP findings in Excel?

Average multiple vlookup findings with Kutools for Excel (1) Select the column you will search for lookup value, and click the Primary Key; (2) Select the column where you will average vlookup findings, and click Calculate > Average; (3) Specify the combination or calculation rules for other columns. In our case, we select the Price column and click Combine > Comma.

**What is VLOOKUP and HLOOKUP in Excel?**

HLOOKUP and VLOOKUP are functions in Microsoft Excel that allow you to use a section of your spreadsheet as a lookup table. When the VLOOKUP function is called, Excel searches for a lookup value in the leftmost column of a section of your spreadsheet called the table array.