Colin Legg looks at “Why Does VLOOKUP Return An #N/A Error?”

Colin writes:

VLOOKUP week enters its second day, meaning that it’s time to have a look at how to problem-shoot #N/A errors. On the online forums I frequently see frustrated users asking why their VLOOKUP formula returns an #N/A error, so I hope that some of the reasons I’ve listed below will be helpful to many of you.” …To Read More Click Here to go to Colin Legg’s Lesson

To find more from Colin, visit his blog Colin Legg on WordPress

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