## How do I reference a VLOOKUP table in Excel?

- In the Formula Bar, type =VLOOKUP().
- In the parentheses, enter your lookup value, followed by a comma.
- Enter your table array or lookup table, the range of data you want to search, and a comma: (H2,B3:F25,
- Enter column index number.
- Enter the range lookup value, either TRUE or FALSE.

**How do I find a VLOOKUP table?**

How to use VLOOKUP in Excel

- Click the cell where you want the VLOOKUP formula to be calculated.
- Click Formulas at the top of the screen.
- Click Lookup & Reference on the Ribbon.
- Click VLOOKUP at the bottom of the drop-down menu.
- Specify the cell in which you will enter the value whose data you’re looking for.

### How do I view a VLOOKUP table?

**How do you keep a range constant in a VLOOKUP?**

1. Select the cell with the formula you want to make it constant. 2. In the Formula Bar, put the cursor in the cell which you want to make it constant, then press the F4 key.

## How do you make a table array?

Create a Basic Array Formula

- Enter the data in a blank worksheet.
- Enter the formula for your array.
- Press and hold the Ctrl and Shift keys.
- Press the Enter key.
- Release the Ctrl and Shift keys.
- The result appears in cell F1 and the array appears in the Formula Bar.

**How to find VLOOKUP Excel?**

Click the cell where you want the VLOOKUP formula to be calculated. RECOMMENDED VIDEOS FOR YOU…

### Why to use VLOOKUP?

In basic terms, VLOOKUP is used to look up a value from a different location in your workbook. It’s useful because when dealing with large amounts of data because you always need to look things up. Here’s the description, courtesy of Excel: and then returns a value in the same row that you specify.

**What is VLOOKUP formula?**

Elements of the Vlookup formula include the “Lookup value”, the “Table_array”, the “Col_index_num” and the “range Lookup arguments.

## How does VLOOKUP work in Excel?

V is for vertical. Using the Order number in column B as a lookup value,VLOOKUP can get the Customer ID,Amount,Name,and State for any order.