Course Description:

Finding an Excel solution to get MULTIPLE matches for a lookup value is often causing major headaches. The go-to VLOOKUP formula does not work here because it just returns the first match! What if you wanted to use VLOOKUP but return ALL matches? You can do that now, with the new FILTER function available in Microsoft 365. But what if you don’t have Excel 365? Is there an easy function that can return multiple match results? In this tutorial I’ll show you a simple(er) approach that solves this challenge in 2 simple steps. It works in all versions of Excel and is quite easy to remember. In addition, I’ll show you other options you can apply depending on your version of Excel: – If you have Microsoft 365 you can take advantage of the new FILTER function – In Excel 2019 you can use the TEXTJOIN function – For Excel 2010 and higher you can use the AGGREGATE function Course Length: 12:50 minutes Source: Leila Gharani

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