How to vlookup and return matching data between two values in Excel?
In Excel, we can apply the normal Vlookup function to get the corresponding value based on a given data. But, sometimes, we want to vlookup and return the matching value between two values as the following screenshot shown, how could you deal with this task in Excel?
To get the matching data from a given value which between two values, the following formula can help you to finish this job as quickly as you need.
1. Please enter this formula into a blank cell where you want to output the result:
2. Then, drag the fill handle down to the cells that you want to apply this formula, and all the matching values between the dates are extracted at once, see screenshot:
1. In this formula: A2:A15 is the range of smaller values and B2:B15 is the range of larger numbers in your report, the E2 is the given value which you want to get its corresponding value, C2:C15 is the column data which you want to extract from.
2. This formula also can help you to get the correct result when your lookup values in a left column, see screenshot:
3. If the value doesn’t exist, you will get an #N/A error value.
If you have Kutools for Excel, with its LOOKUP between Two Values feature, you can quickly get the corresponding data between two given values.
After installing Kutools for Excel, please do as this:
1. Click Kutools > Super Lookup > LOOKUP between Two Values, see screenshot:
2. In the LOOKUP between Two Values dialog box, please do the following operations:
- Select the lookup value cells and output cells from the Lookup values and Output Range section;
- Then, specify the corresponding items from the Data range section.
Note: If you want to replace the error value when the date doesn’t exist with other specific text, please check Replace #N/A error value with a specified value option.
3. Then, click OK button, the matching data based on the given value have been extracted as following screenshot shown:
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- To post as a guest, your comment is unpublished.· 9 months agowhat if the range of values are not consecutive like what you have in the example? the range of values would be 100-300; 101-250; 200-350, how would you use lookup and return several results