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How to Use VLOOKUP in Microsoft Excel 2010



How to Use VLOOKUP in Microsoft Excel 2010 from “Power Excel 2010 with Mr. Excel” LiveLessons:
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35 Comments on How to Use VLOOKUP in Microsoft Excel 2010

  1. Video blurry and cannot see what you are referring to. Wish I could! Thanks.

  2. Very poor quality

  3. Dude, you sound just like Bill Hicks

  4. looks so informative but pic quality needs to be improved

  5. forget the vlookup…..I'm off to the optometrist. I need a new prescription glasses after watching this

  6. What kind of spoon did you use to record this?

  7. This is probably my favourite track on the Mulholland Drive soundtrack.

  8. The video was very helpful but I couldn't see the formulas that the instructor was talking about.

  9. Love how this guy teaches, but I can barely see the workbooks. Poor quality:-(

  10. We get the point but you pause randomly way too much.

  11. Maybe make the video clear so people can actually see what you're doing?

  12. 1.4 million views and you can't read a damn thing. Dude seems super knowledgeable and I'm positive this guy knows his stuff. But, he needs to reshoot this video

  13. Great excel skills, poor video editing skills.

  14. I'm getting #N/A error. i did exactly same steps u mentioned above. kindly help

  15. Life Saver ! Keep forgetting EXCEL whenever there's a break in my usage

  16. Brilliant sir. Super easy to follow.

  17. SIR I APPLY THE TRIM BUT STILL N/A ARE COMING FOR THE RESULTS

  18. Excellent V Lookup Tutorial. Keep up the Good work

  19. Great tutorial. Some of the tips; such as the COLUMNS() method for identifying the column number, we're godly! Thanks for sharing!

  20. At 4:01 you inserted cells and instead of a whole new row being created, the cells below simply shifted down. How is this done? Whenever I try to do this a new row is created and I don't want some columns to be shifted down with a blank row above them.

  21. Finally know what I was doing wrong! Thank you ahhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh

  22. helpful tutorial, with enthusiasm, but as per previous post the quality of the image is awful.

  23. please redo this with the exact same data and voiceover but just in hd haah!

  24. Excellent tutorial. BRUTALLY RUBBISH BLURRED IMAGES!! Come ON

  25. I have tried many websites and videos for learning VLOOKUP but this ones is the most effective. Thanks a lot !!! 🙂

  26. I have watched this video like a million times

  27. Excellent V Lookup Tutorial. Keep up the Good work

  28. Why the fuck is this in the playlist for the mulholland drive soundtrack?

  29. Great tutorial…. thanks 😀

  30. Thanks a lot! very useful! 🙂

  31. The blurring in this makes it impossible to read in regular format or full screen.

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