Excel IFs and VLOOKUPS
Welcome to Excel VII IFs and VLOOKUPS class!
In this course, we will unlock the power of the IF and IFS functions, as well as delve into the versatility of the VLOOKUP function. These essential tools will enable you to perform advanced calculations, make logical comparisons, and retrieve specific data efficiently. We will explore how the IF function allows you to create conditional statements that automate decision-making processes based on specified criteria. Furthermore, we will discover the expanded capabilities of the IFS function, enabling you to evaluate multiple conditions simultaneously and generate more complex logical outcomes. Additionally, we will delve into the VLOOKUP function, which empowers you to search for and retrieve data from large datasets with ease. We will also cover related functions such as AND and OR, providing you with the ability to combine multiple conditions for enhanced logical evaluations. Finally, we will explore the IFERROR function, helping you handle and manage errors gracefully within your formulas. By the end of this class, you will possess a deep understanding of these functions and their practical applications, equipping you with the skills to perform sophisticated calculations and data retrieval in Excel. Get ready to unleash the full potential of IFs, IFS, and VLOOKUPS, and take your data analysis to new heights of efficiency and accuracy.
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- Use An If To Clean Up Report Errors
- When To Use Exact Match
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- Making Vlookup Formulas Go Wild
- Comparing 2 Lists With A Vlookup
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- Formula To Find Duplicate Values In A Data Range