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# Excel Lookup Series #11: INDEX & MATCH functions Two 2 Way Lookup

See how to use the INDEX & MATCH functions together to lookup something in a table given a row position and column position. Yes, it's true: You can look something up at the intersecting cell given a row number and column number, and you don't even have to count the number of columns or rows!!!

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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.

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