Excel Magic Trick 382: Match Two Lists, Extract Column Data From Each List

Excel Magic Trick 382: Match Two Lists, Extract Column Data From Each List

Match date in List 1 with List 2, if there is a match take second column from each table and put them in new table. See VLOOKUP and Filter Method and VLOOKUP-SUMPRODUCT-INDEX-MATCH Method.

How to Extract Data from a Spreadsheet using VLOOKUP, MATCH and INDEX

How to Extract Data from a Spreadsheet using VLOOKUP, MATCH and INDEX

When you need to find and extract a column of data from one table and place it in another, use the VLOOKUP function. This function works in any version of Excel in Windows and Mac, and also in Google Sheets. It allows you to find data in one table using some identifier it has in common with another table. The two tables can be on different sheets or even on different workbooks. There is also an HLOOKUP function, which does the same thing, but with data arranged horizontally, across rows. See the companion tutorial on Tuts+ at https://computers.tutsplus.com/tutorials/how-to-extract-data-from-a-spreadsheet-using-vlookup-match-and-index--cms-20641. By Bob Flisser.

Compare Two Lists to Highlight Matched Records

Compare Two Lists to Highlight Matched Records

http://www.computergaga.com/blog/compare-two-lists-to-highlight-matched-items/ Compare two lists in Excel to identify the matched records. Highlight the duplicate, or the unique records, by comparing two lists using the Match function and Conditional Formatting.

Microsoft Excel MATCH and INDEX Tutorial

Microsoft Excel MATCH and INDEX Tutorial

This Microsoft Excel tutorial will teach you how to use the MATCH and INDEX functions. For more information on Excel lookup functions, visit http://599cd.com/XYTMATCH.

Excel - Match Function (lesson #1)

Excel - Match Function   (lesson #1)

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Excel Magic Trick 778: INDEX & MATCH Lookup Functions Beginning To Advanced (18 Examples)

Excel Magic Trick 778: INDEX & MATCH Lookup Functions Beginning To Advanced (18 Examples)

Download file: https://people.highline.edu/mgirvin/YouTubeExcelIsFun/EMT778.xlsx There are really about 30 example in this long video. INDEX and MATCH How To: 1 MATCH Functions Basics (about 0:46 minute mark) 2 INDEX Basics: Two way lookup (about 9:05 minute mark) 3 One way lookup vertical (lookup Left) (about 13:07 minute mark) 4 One way lookup horizontal (about 14:50 minute mark) 5 One way lookup with lookup column and match column orientated differently (about 17:51 minute mark) 6 INDEX & MATCH to do approximate lookup on table sorted Descending (about 19:15 minute mark) 7 Lookup whole row (about 21:41 minute mark) 8 Lookup whole column (about 24:49 minute mark) 9 Lookup Cell Reference (about 26:00 minute mark) 10 Create Dynamic Range For Chart (about 26:00 minute mark) 11 Lookup from more than one table when tables are on same sheet as formula (about 36:29 minute mark) 12 Lookup from more than one table when tables are on a different sheet than the formula: CHOOSE, INDEX, MATCH functions (about 43:31 minute mark) 13 INDEX and ROWS to Filp a Table (about 47:20 minute mark) 14 Get Amount in Next Bracket (about 50:34 minute mark) 15 Select a Random Value (about 53:18 minute mark) 16 Lookup first non-blank value (about 54:24 minute mark) 17 Handle arrays that require Ctrl + Shift + Enter CSE (about 54:24 minute mark) 18 Basic lookup tool used in complex array formulas for extracting data (about 59:59 minute mark, 1 hour 1 minute 10 seconds)

Compare Two Excel Lists to Spot the Differences

Compare Two Excel Lists to Spot the Differences

Over time you will collect many lists of Excel data. It can be a challenge to compare the contents of one list with the contents in another list. For example, to find out which customers do not exist in another list. In this lesson I demonstrate three techniques that you can use to compare Customer lists: 1) The =MATCH() Function 2) The VLookup() Function 3) Pivot Tables I invite you to visit my website - www.thecompanyrocks.com - to view all of my video lessons.

How to use Excel Index Match (the right way)

How to use Excel Index Match (the right way)

Quickly learn all you need to know about INDEX & MATCH to get a quick start. Complete Excel Dashboard course: http://bit.ly/2rLm9pf Check out my other courses below. Download workbook here: http://www.xelplus.com/excel-index-and-match How to do Index Match in Excel: The basics. Watch this video tutorial to find out how you can use Index & Match for more complex lookup problems. This video shows you how Index Match works with simple and to the point explanation. It first shows you how Index works on it's own and then how Match works and then puts the two Excel functions together. Why index match is better than vlookup & why use index match instead of vlookup? Here are 3 reasons why Excel experts generally substitute VLOOKUP with INDEX and MATCH. 1. Unlike VLOOKUP, which searches only to the right, INDEX and MATCH can look in both directions – left and right. 2. INDEX & MATCH can perform two-way lookups by both looking along the rows and along the columns to find the intersection within a matrix. 3. INDEX & MATCH is less prone to errors. Assume you have a VLOOKUP where the final value you want returned is in column N. Your lookup value is in column A. You need to highlight the entire A to N range and then provide your index number to be 14. If you happen to delete any of the in-between columns, you would have to update that index number. You don’t need to worry about this when you use INDEX & MATCH. All in all, INDEX and MATCH is more flexible than VLOOKUP. Here are some of the reasons why Excel experts generally substitute VLOOKUP with INDEX and MATCH. Note: Index match is not case sensitive Index explained: The first argument of INDEX is to give it an array. This array (range) should include your answer. You then need to specify how many rows to go down and how many columns to move to find the correct value. You cannot move outside the INDEX range. The syntax of INDEX is: • The range where the return value resides. • Number of rows to move down (the row index) • Number of columns to move to the right (the column Index). This argument is optional. If you only have one column, you can leave the column argument empty, otherwise, you need to specify the number of columns to move over, in the range. The MATCH function’s syntax is as follows: • Like VLOOKUP, Match needs a lookup (target) value. The user can reference a cell or directly type the value into the formula. • Lookup_array: The “list” (range) where the return values are located. • Match_type: 0 for an “exact” match. Index MATCH used together: When INDEX and MATCH are used together, the MATCH function finds the look up value’s row / column index and then hands this value off to the INDEX function to get the lookup value. ➹ ➹ ➹ My Online Excel Courses ➹ ➹ ➹ Excel VBA & Macros ► http://bit.ly/LeilaVBA Excel Dashboards ► http://bit.ly/LeilaDashboards Excel Charts ► http://bit.ly/LeilaCharts Advanced Excel ► http://bit.ly/LeilaAdvancedExcel Excel Waterfall Charts ► http://bit.ly/LeilaWaterfall 🕮 Recommend Excel Resources 🕮 https://www.xelplus.com/resources/ ✉ Subscribe & get my Excel top 10 tips and formulas e-book for free ✉ https://www.xelplus.com/free-ebook/

INDEX & MATCH functions Beginner to Advanced 19 Examples (Excel VLOOKUP WEEK Video #3)

INDEX & MATCH functions Beginner to Advanced 19 Examples (Excel VLOOKUP WEEK Video #3)

Download file: https://people.highline.edu/mgirvin/ExcelIsFun.htm This video is a part of VLookup Week: http://vlookupweek.wordpress.com There are really about 30 example in this long video. Excel INDEX and MATCH functions How To: 1 MATCH Functions Basics (about 0:46 minute mark) 2 INDEX Basics: Two way lookup (about 9:05 minute mark) 3 One way lookup vertical (lookup Left) (about 13:07 minute mark) 4 One way lookup horizontal (about 14:50 minute mark) 5 One way lookup with lookup column and match column orientated differently (about 17:51 minute mark) 6 INDEX & MATCH to do approximate lookup on table sorted Descending (about 19:15 minute mark) 7 Lookup whole row (about 21:41 minute mark) 8 Lookup whole column (about 24:49 minute mark) 9 Lookup Cell Reference (about 26:00 minute mark) 10 Create Dynamic Range For Chart (about 26:00 minute mark) 11 Lookup from more than one table when tables are on same sheet as formula (about 36:29 minute mark) 12 Lookup from more than one table when tables are on a different sheet than the formula: CHOOSE, INDEX, MATCH functions (about 43:31 minute mark) 13 INDEX and ROWS to Filp a Table (about 47:20 minute mark) 14 Get Amount in Next Bracket (about 50:34 minute mark) 15 Select a Random Value (about 53:18 minute mark) 16 Lookup first non-blank value (about 54:24 minute mark) 17 Handle arrays that require Ctrl + Shift + Enter CSE (about 54:24 minute mark) 18 Basic lookup tool used in complex array formulas for extracting data (about 59:59 minute mark, 1 hour 1 minute 10 seconds) VLOOKUP Shark Week Buy excelisfun products: https://teespring.com/stores/excelisfun-store

Advanced Excel Index Match (3 Most Effective Formulas for Multiple Criteria)

Advanced Excel Index Match (3 Most Effective Formulas for Multiple Criteria)

Download workbook here: http://www.xelplus.com/excel-index-and-match-2/ Complete Excel Dashboard course: http://bit.ly/2rLm9pf How to do Index Match in Excel: To learn the basics behind Excel's Index and Match, watch this video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F264FpBDX28 This INDEX MATCH Advanced video shows you how you can use Index & Match to lookup multiple criteria. For example when you have more than one header in a column or more than one row header - i.e. you don't have unique fields to match. You might be tempted to do multiple index match formulas inside one another, or use an IF function here. The solution is actually quite simple. In the video I show you 3 different ways to write the INDEX MATCH formula in Excel. One method uses helper cells to create unique keys for the match function to find. Method 2, uses array formulas with CSE (Control Shift Enter) to convert the MATCH function to an array function. Method 3, avoids CSE and also avoids using helper cells in Excel. It does this by using a second INDEX formula inside the match function (INDEX does not require Control Shift Enter). Don't forget to download the free workbook to practice along. ➹ ➹ ➹ My Online Excel Courses ➹ ➹ ➹ Excel VBA & Macros ► http://bit.ly/LeilaVBA Excel Dashboards ► http://bit.ly/LeilaDashboards Excel Charts ► http://bit.ly/LeilaCharts Advanced Excel ► http://bit.ly/LeilaAdvancedExcel Excel Waterfall Charts ► http://bit.ly/LeilaWaterfall 🕮 Recommended Excel books to become Advanced 🕮 * Excel 2016 Bible: https://amzn.to/2MVdavd * Advanced Excel Essentials: https://amzn.to/2MVdavd * Control + Shift + Enter: https://amzn.to/2MVdavd ✉ Subscribe & get my Excel top 10 tips and formulas e-book for free ✉ https://www.xelplus.com/free-ebook/ * These are affiliate links, which means at no additional cost to you, we will receive a small commission if you make a purchase using the links. This helps support the channel and allows us to continue to make videos like this. Thank you for your support!

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