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07 Nov 11 Excel Lookup Series #1: VLOOKUP Function 1st Example

See how to use the VLOOKUP function to deliver a value to cell: 1) Find approximate value from column 2 of lookup table. 2) Find exact value from column 2 of lookup table. Use Named Range, Data Validation and VLOOKUP to make your lookup more accurate. In This Series learn 15 amazing ways to look things up in Excel. We will look at the functions VLOOKUP, HLOOKUP, LOOKUP, MATCH, INDEX, CHOOSE, and the non-function lookup formula using the intersector operator. We will look at simple lookups all the way to complicated, yet efficient methods to look things up in Excel. This is a logical (beginning to end) story about most of the lookup situations you may encounter in Excel. Excel Magic Trick 167p2 IF function formula: 12 Examples! Excel Magic Trick 167p1 IF function formula: 12 Examples!

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16 Apr 11 Mr Excel & excelisfun Trick 42: Lookup Picture In Excel Formula or VBA?

See Mr Excel and excelisfun lookup a picture in Excel. See a VBA solution and a Formula Solution using the INDIRECT function and named ranges. See many tricks in this video: 1.Data Validation List 2.Hiding Text with formatting 3.Named Ranges 4.Keyboard shortcut for Naming Create Name From Selection 5.Keyboard shortcut for Pasting a Name 6.Insert A Comment 7.Format a Comment (click outer edge) 8.Insert Picture in Comment 9.VLOOKUP 10.VBA to lookup a picture 11.Keyboard shortcut for VBA editor 12.Defined Name Formula 13.INDIRECT function to convert text that represents a reference into a reference 14.Put a formula in a picture 15.Paste Special Linked Picture (Camera Tool) 16.Checking Defined Name accuracy with Collapse Button 17.More How do I Lookup a Picture In Excel VLOOKUP Lookup picture in Database using Excel How do I use VLOOKUP to retrieve a picture

One of the most awarded small cars in 2010, the Volkswagen Polo, gains another sibling, the Polo GTI. Consistent with current Volkswagen form, the new Polo GTI is more powerful than its predecessor, more fuel efficient, and yet these gains are achieved with a smaller capacity engine than that in the old model Polo GTI. Under the bonnet of this latest Polo GTI (instead of a 1.8-litre turbo engine) resides Volkswagen’s latest generation 1.4-litre twin charge powerplant. Twin charging the engine means supercharging and turbocharging. This maximises the potential to wring the most power and torque. Co-incidentally it’s the same size engine used in the current Golf range but with more power. This latest GTI has more power (132kW) and torque (250Nm) — up 22kW and 30Nm compared with its predecessor. Importantly, it achieves this but uses 24 per cent less fuel than the old GTI at 6.1 litres per 100km. The Polo GTI feels as though it’s inherited much of the Golf GTI DNA, right down to the 17-inch ‘cookie cutter’ or Denver style alloys — the same size as the Golf GTI. From the front the GTI badge sits on the trademark GTI honeycomb grille with larger air intakes incorporated in the front apron. The Polo GTI sits 15mm lower compared with the rest of the range and a subtle colour-keyed roof spoiler and dual chrome exhausts set the Polo GTI apart from the rest of the Polo models. You can choose either a three or five- door body style. Price start from 790 for the three-door

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