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# VLOOKUP

Resolved · Low Priority · Version 365

Mick has attended:
Excel Intermediate course

### VLOOKUP

Could I get more support/training on VLOOKUP if possible please?

### RE: VLOOKUP

Hello Mick,

Thank you for your post. If you are scheduled to attend an Excel Advanced course with us, you will learn all about lookups there.

However, if not, it would be good for us to know how you need to use VLOOKUP (i.e. which type of data you need to look up) in order for us to assist you better.

You could either post on this forum again with more details, or you could send us some sample data where you need to use lookups. You can send the sample file to:

info@stl-training.co.uk

Kind regards
Marius Barnard
STL

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