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About the Course

Data can come our way in multiple forms and from multiple file types. It’s likely that at some point you will work with queries and data where multiple conditions must be applied in order to pull out accurate information. VLOOKUP is a function that can quickly search for matching conditions and calculate values such as totals and profit margin. Applying multiple conditions can seem like a time-consuming task, so it’s critical to leverage VLOOKUP to quickly extract business intelligence. The function does this by treating a section of a spreadsheet as a lookup table. In this course you will gain experience calculating and evaluating profit margins with VLOOKUP. You will do this in your hands-on project as we work side-by-side in the free-to-use software Google Sheets. By the end of this course, you will understand use cases for using vertical lookup functions to extract data and you will be able to confidently apply VLOOKUP formulas to calculate data with specific conditions in any spreadsheet software. Note: This course works best for learners who are based in the North America region. We’re currently working on providing the same experience in other regions....

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Apr 22, 2021

Excelente proyecto guiado, totalmente en inglés pero puedes poner subtítulos en ingles también pero se saca adelante... muy recomendable... Gracias

By Rehan K

Oct 8, 2020

Good for Learning the basics of Vlookup and its application.

By sobhy k

May 21, 2021

very good

By Milind K

May 5, 2021


By Krishna W

Oct 4, 2020

Was a great detailed project guiding thorough the concepts. The scope of the course is quite widespread, would be good for everyone from, a beginner to an expert.

By Kiema O

Mar 3, 2021

Its clear but the exam has nothing to do with the content, therefore failed. This

is not at all good for beginners