Learn Excel 2013 – “VLOOKUP for Two Values?”: Podcast #1642

February 11, 2013 at 3:45 pm

By now, we should know to expect the unusual with the “Learn Excel from MrExcel” Podcast Series…Richard wants to use a VLOOKUP to to find two Values, but Bill thinks that there is a better way to achieve the result using =SUMIFs. Following along with Episode #1642, see how MrExcel uses =SUMIFs to show us a more efficient means than using VLOOKUP for this task.

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