 ## Function: XLOOKUP

The XLOOKUP function is a Lookup & Reference function that can find values in a table or a range by row. Similar to the better-known VLOOKUP function, you can use this function to do things like looking up the name or price of a product by its code number. In this... ## Function: INDEX

The Excel INDEX function returns a value or the reference of a value at a given position in a range or array. The INDEX function has two different forms to return a value or a reference. Using an array form returns a value, while a reference form returns a reference....

## How to speed up lookup formulas

Lookup functions are extremely useful when working with large data sets. Although they almost always work instantaneously with small data, larger data sets is when things can get rough in terms of performance, as large operations can require more computational... ## How to create a multi-level Excel lookup

VLOOKUP, HLOOKUP or their predecessor LOOKUP are Excel’s most famous lookup functions. However, these functions can search a value only in a single dimension, meaning that you can’t search horizontally and vertically. Unfortunately, there are no formulas... ## How to find closest match

This article shows How to find closest match by using INDEX, MATCH, ABS and MIN functions. Excel’s array formula ability to evaluate formula for each cells in an array is key factor in this case. Syntax { =INDEX( return array,      MATCH(         MIN(ABS( search... ## How to calculate running totals in Excel Tables

This article shows how to calculate running totals in Excel Tables by using structured references. If your data is not in a Table, please continue with this article: How to calculate running count Syntax =SUM(INDEX([column of values],1):[@ column of values]) Steps... ## How to get Excel cell address of a lookup result

This article shows you how to get Excel cell address of a lookup result by using the CELL and INDEX functions. Syntax =CELL( “address”, INDEX( data, MATCH( lookup value for row, lookup range for row, 0 ), column index ) ) Steps Start with the =CELL(... ## How to return an entire row

To return an entire row you need to use array returning functions like INDEX or OFFSET. Both of these functions can return arrays, as well as single values, which can be used in other functions like SUM, AVERAGE or even another INDEX or OFFSET. How to return an entire... ## How to return an entire column

To return an entire column you need array returning functions like INDEX or OFFSET. Both of these functions can return arrays, as well as single values, which can be used in other functions like SUM, AVERAGE or even another INDEX or OFFSET. How to return an entire...