When I announced VLOOKUP Week, Charley Kyd was one of the first to respond with something along the lines of “I never use VLOOKUP and I will be happy to tell you why!” Although Charley was one of the first to respond, I figured I should hold this post for a few days so I did not burst the bubble of anyone new to VLOOKUP. To read why Charley likes INDEX/MATCH better than VLOOKUP, check out his complete post.
March 28, 2012
Charley Kyd from ExcelUser.com never uses VLOOKUP
By Bill Jelen
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