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Step-by-step instructions on how to use COUNTIF function in Excel. You can also download the example workbook which contains practical examples on how to use COUNTIF. Read the article
Understand how to use INDEX, MATCH, and INDEX + MATCH together. This will take your lookup skills to a more advanced level, providing a great alternative to the VLOOKUP function. Read the article
VLOOKUP is used to lookup and retrieve data from a specific column in a table. It supports approximate and exact matching, with extra flexibility provided by the use of wildcards (* ?). Read the article
Learn how to use IF function in Excel using easy-to-follow examples. Expand your knowledge by writing nested IF functions for even complex formulas. Exercise file available for download. Read the article
Using Office 365 or the latest standalone version available is always preferable, but most of the functions described in the lessons are available starting with Excel 2007.