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SUNNY KUMAR VAISH Started The Discussion:

Sir, I want to learn more about VLOOK UP & HLOOK UP IN EXCEL. Please help me to understand better use of its. Thanks Sunny Kumar

Dear Sunny,

Basically if you want to learn Vloop and Hloop then you need to take guidance through any knowledgeable person on the system. In the written you can not learn to use formulaes in MS-Excel. Still I would like to tell you the use of Vloop and Hloop.
Vloop is used to get any data on any sheet from the relevant things. For that we need to excel sheets. One is database and another is the excel sheet on the you are using vlookup or hlookup.

I hope it will help you out but still I will prefer you to learn on the system through any knowledgeable person.

Regards
Sud

ajayaatreyasa - Contributing Member
Not this section to be answered, mods please move this to knowledge or resource center section.

Dear Sunny,

For VLOOKUP You should have data in Excel file there is at least 1 coloumn is common in both sheets.
1- you select the common coloumn and put ,
2- then select the common coloumn sheet from other file and with clickshift and go upto those coloumn where you want to pull data and drag it up to ladt row of this sheet.
3- then put ,
4- put no. of coloumn
5- then put ,
6- false
7- press enter tab.

I hope it will be in order

Regards

Kamlesh
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