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A. Background Reading

Notes:

The VLOOKUP function allows you to search for a value in one table and return

a value or label from the table to a cell in the spreadsheet. The VLOOKUP

function could be used to:

• Price items based upon quantity sold

• Convert a student’s percent to a letter grade

• Assign commission rates based upon products sold

• Assign an income tax rate based upon level of income

The value you want to The location of the The number of the

find a match for in the VLOOKUP table you column containing

VLOOKUP table created. Use an absolute the matching value

cell reference for this that you want

location in the function. returned. Usually

this is 2

• It takes the lookup value and compares it to each number in the first

column of the lookup table, beginning at the top of the column

• If it finds an exact match, it moves to the second column and returns

that value to the cell

• If there is no exact match, it goes down the first column of the lookup

table until it finds the first number larger than the lookup value

• It then moves up one row, moves to the column to the right and returns

the value

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Grades

The illustration below shows a VLOOKUP table for converting

This page is introductory

student marks from percentages to letter grades according to reading only. There is no

a possible system of equivalences (used in some U.S. hands-on exercise for you

schools). to do.

as follows:

• B2 tells the function to compare cell B2 to the first

column of the lookup table

• $D$2:$E$14 tells the function where the lookup table is

located (notice that it does not

include the titles).

• The function takes the

value 98, compares it to the first

cell in the first column of lookup

table, detects that 98 is larger

than 0, so advances down to the

next cell of the table. Again it

detects that 98 is larger than 60,

so it advances downward again. It

repeats this process until it

finds a value in the table that is

equal to 98. In our example, it

finds that cell D14 in the table

is equal to 98. The function then

looks at its third parameter.

• 2 tells the function to return whatever is in the second

column of the lookup table. In our example, the cell in question,

E14, contains A+, so the function enters A+ in its target cell C2.

• In our example, the function found an exact match between

the first parameter, B2, and a cell in the lookup table, D14. But

what happens when the function doesn’t find an exact match? It

continues down the leftmost column of the table until it detects a

value greater than B2. Then it moves back up to the previous cell in

the table.

temperature and viscosity of air at 1 atm air

pressure.

• the function =VLOOKUP(1,A2:C10,2) looks up

1 in column A, and returns the value from

column B in the same row (2.17)

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explain the results in B8 and B9?

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Exercises —

Ex. 1 A walk-through example

1. Open a new workbook named Excel_vlookup_ex5a.xls with 2 worksheets.

Right-click on the worksheet tabs at the bottom of the Excel screen to

rename Sheet 1 as Data and Sheet 2 as Suppliers.

worksheets and cells to one lookup list.

2. Create the lookup list in the Suppliers worksheet as below.

4. Note that the Supplier ID and Supplier Name fields are repeated in this

sheet. We will enter the Supplier ID only; VLOOKUP will automatically

enter the Supplier Name.

5. Add some sample data.

7. Click in F2. We’ll use VLOOKUP to get the Supplier Name.

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8. Enter the VLOOKUP function by clicking on the down arrow next to the

AutoSum button ∑ on the Standard toolbar. Select More Functions. The

Insert Function dialog box opens.

10. Click on Go.

11. Select VLOOKUP.

12. Click OK. The Function Arguments dialog box opens.

Pause to read the description of how the VLOOKUP function works near

the bottom of the dialogue box.

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13. In the dialogue box labeled Lookup_value enter E2 (that is, the

cell holding the Supplier ID).

Or you can click on the small red arrow, select E2, then press Enter.

Here’s how VLOOKUP will work. It will

i. compare the contents of E2 . . .

ii. with the first column (Supplier ID) of the lookup

table, then . . .

iii. input the Supplier Name that’s paired with the ID

into the current cell (that is, the cell where you’re

putting the function) or F2.

14. Table_array is the lookup table.

i. Click on the red arrow in the bottom corner of the

table_array box

ii. Click on the Suppliers sheet.

iii. Select A2:B7.

you want entered into the current cell. In this case it is the Supplier

Name data which is the second column of the lookup table. (Note:

Usually we use 2 for column index number. Later you will learn about

when to use other column numbers.)

i. Type 2 in the box.

16. In the Range_lookup box

i. Type the word false.

The purpose of false is made clearer in the Enrichment section

below. However, to explain briefly, this ensures that VLOOKUP

searches for an exact match, not merely a close match.

17. Click on OK.

The formula bar for cell F2 shows the following:

=VLOOKUP(E2,Suppliers!A2:B7,2,FALSE)

Notice the exclamation mark after Suppliers, indicating the name

of the second worksheet.

18. Press F4 to make the lookup table references absolute.

Important: If you are going to copy a VLOOKUP function to other cells,

be careful to make the cell references for the lookup table absolute.

The location of the lookup table does not change.

19. Copy the VLOOKUP function from F2 to F3:F7.

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i. 103, 105, 101, 104, 102, 106.

Look at the Suppliers sheet. See whether the correct supplier names

have been input into F3:F7.

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grade

A school might assign criteria for letter grades as follows:

A mark of less than 50 receives a letter grade of F, 50 or more but

less than 60 receives a D, 60 or more but less than 70 receives a C, 70

or more but less than 80 receives a B, 80 or more but less than 90

receives an A, and 90 or more receives an A+.

We might express that as follows:

Note:

50>mark F It is usually your job to

60>mark>=50 D figure out how to set up

Our job is to turn your lookup table. The

70>mark>=60 C information given to us information you will be

given is normally in

80>mark>=70 B in this form into a

English or in

VLOOKUP table. mathematical form as in

90>mark>=80 A

this example.

A+ mark>90 A+

First a VLOOKUP table is created using given criteria (see below, A2:B7)

Then the VLOOKUP function is added to the spreadsheet to create the

conversion

A B C D E F

1 VLOOKUP function syntax

VLOOKUP Jane’s created in cells E3:E5

TABLE Marks

2 0 F Percent Letter

Grade

3 50 D 78 B =VLOOKUP(D3, $A$2:$B$7,2)

4 60 C 65 C =VLOOKUP(D4, $A$2:$B$7,2)

5 70 B 92 A+ =VLOOKUP(D5, $A$2:$B$7,2)

6 80 A

7 90 A+

1. Read and review the VLOOKUP function theory on the first page.

2. Open a new worksheet named Excel_vlookup_ex2.xls.

3. Duplicate the spreadsheet cells of A1:D7 as illustrated. Do NOT copy

column F; it is there only to help you.

4. In cell E3, add the VLOOKUP function shown in F3. (You may use the

Paste Function button, or select Insert / Function, or type into the cell,

or type into the formula bar.)

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5. Copy the function down to cells E4:E5. Your Column E should look like

the illustration.

6. Save the file.

Ex. 3 Using VLOOKUP to assign a discount for quantity

purchases

For a series of purchases by customers, we want to

enter the number of units sold, and have Excel Requirements for this type of

automatically give us a price per unit. The price Vlookup Table:

will vary according to how many units are sold. • Numbers in first column

We’ll use a quantity discount table and the must be in ascending order

VLOOKUP function. • no duplications.

1. Create the Discount Price Table to be used in the VLOOKUP function (see

illustration).

i. Purchases of 1-49 units have a per unit price of $10.00

ii. At 50-99 units, the price drops to

$9.50.

iii. At 100-199 units the price is

$9.00

iv. Over 200 units the price is $8.50.

2. Save as Excel_vlookup_ex3.xls

3. Create the Sales Summary section below the

Discount Price Table as illustrated.

4. In B9 enter a VLOOKUP function to return the

price to the spreadsheet as follows:

The function will look up the value of 50 from cell A9 in the Discount

Price Table $A$2:$B$5 and return the price of $9.50 from the second

column of the VLOOKUP table to cell B9.

5. Copy the VLOOKUP function from B9 to B10:B18. Since the table reference

in our function is absolute ($A$2:$B$5 ) we can copy the function down

the column.

6. Format the column to show currency and 2 decimals.

7. Enter a formula to calculate Total Sales which is simply Units Sold

times Price.

8. Format the column to show currency and 2 decimals.

9. Print two copies (these two printouts will be useful for study and

review purposes):

i. the selection range of A7:C18 (excluding the VLOOKUP table)

showing values and formatting, centered vertically and horizontally

on the page.

ii. the entire spreadsheet showing formulas, on a single page,

showing gridlines and row & column headings

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discount a percentage such as 15%

rate Example: =VLOOKUP(1,A2:C10,2)

Our exercises have used VLOOKUP to find a discount rate.

discount a dollar figure such as $48.35, resulting from a

amount calculation using the discount rate

In a single formula we can calculate the discount

amount. We can use VLOOKUP to find a rate, then multiply

the result by a cell holding the sales amount.

Example: =VLOOKUP(1,A2:C10,2) * D2

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Ex. 4 Practice

Overview: You have recently been hired by Fast Air Service as Area Sales

Manager for the Southern Ontario region. At the end of the month one of your

jobs is to calculate the salary of your salespeople. Your boss wants you to

do it by creating an Excel template, using the VLOOKUP function, so that you

can quickly calculate your department’s monthly salary at the end of every

month.

Additional Information:

• The monthly salary for each salesperson includes a base salary of

$2,000 plus a commission amount based upon their monthly sales figure.

• Commission rate scale:

Monthly Sales Commission Rate

Less than $5000 0%

$5000 to $7499.99 5%

$7500 to $9999.99 7.5%

$10000 to $14999.99 10%

Greater than $15000 15%

• Sales personnel by area

Sales Representative Area Office

Jonathan Small Mississauga

Ida Fung East York

Yves St. James Toronto

Parminder Singh Scarborough

Donna Cooke Hamilton

Glenn Bracey London

1. Create an Excel template to calculate the monthly salary amounts for each

sales representative in your area. Include in the spreadsheet:

• Main title (e.g. Fast Air Service, Southern Ontario)

• Sub title (Sales Department Monthly Report)

• Column headings of “Sales Representative”, “Area Office”, “Monthly

Sales Amount”, “Base Salary”, “Commission Rate”, “Commission Amount”

and “Total Monthly Salary”

• Use the VLOOKUP function to return the Commission Rate to the

spreadsheet. Create the VLOOKUP table using the Commission rate

scale information above. (Note: Your task is to read the

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table.)

• Create formulae to calculate the Commission Amount and Total Monthly

Salary

2. Save the file as a template named Excel_vlookup_template_ex4.xlt

3. Use the template file three times to create a workbook name

Excel_vlookup_April.xls to calculate the Monthly Salary for all six

salespeople for April, another workbook named Excel_vlookup_May.xls for

May and a third workbook named Excel_vlookup_June.xls for June. Use the

data below.

Representative

Sales Representative April May June

Jonathan Small $6190.00 $8400.00 $7500.00

Yves St. James $5000.00 $8800.00 $7500.00

Parminder Singh $9150.00 $6500.00 $17500.00

Donna Cooke $10200.00 $6600.00 $2500.00

Glenn Bracey $4500.00 $16000.00 $9500.00

4. Create a Quarterly Salary Summary for the months of April, May and June.

Use the linking feature you learned earlier. Include in the linked

spreadsheet:

• Main title

• Sub title

• Column headings of

• Sales Representative

• Area Office

• Total Monthly Salary - April

• Total Monthly Salary - May

• Total Monthly Salary - June

5. Save the linked file as Excel5_vlookup_salessummary.xls

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Enrichment

The section below is for students who have finished their work before the

rest of the class. It will give you a higher level of expertise with

Microsoft Word 2003.

This material will not appear on tests.

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In the last few exercises we focused on VLOOKUP when

• the lookup table is arranged in sequence from lowest to highest, and

• the value you give to the function may not exactly match a number in

the table—for

example when a student's mark is 76 and your table shows 60, 70, 80,

etc. but not

76.

But what happens when data in the table is not arranged in sequence, or when

you want the function to give a result only for an exact match? The VLOOKUP

function offers an additional parameter, FALSE, to deal with these cases.

Consider a table with the data in numerical sequence but where you want

returns for only exact matches. A good example would be a table of data on

students, with the first column holding student numbers, the next column

holding telephone numbers, and further data in additional columns. See

illustration.

You want to match the student number to

other information. However, you certainly do

not want "approximate" results, that is, the

lookup function returning results for a

student whose student number is less than

the number you are trying to match. You want

only exact matches.

1. Create an Excel worksheet named

Excel_vlookup_5.xls as illustrated.

2. In B11 enter a VLOOKUP function.

i. the lookup value is A11

ii. the Table Array is

$A$2:$C$5 (remember with VLOOKUP to

use absolute cell addresses for the location of the table)

iii. the Column Index Number is 2

iv. Click on OK. The student name Yukio Tojo will appear in

B11.

3. Copy down the function to B12 and B13.

4. In A14 enter the following number, which does not represent a real

student in the table:

309799001.

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5. Copy down the function in B13 to B14. Do you understand why B14 shows the

name Yukio

Tojo even though 309799001 is not her student number?

(Answer: VLOOKUP worked by looking down column A of the lookup table

until it found a number larger than the given number, 309799001. It

stopped at that position, A5, then moved back up one position to A4 and

returned data from the second column, which you specified in the

function.)

6. Now copy down the function in C13 to C14. Notice whose telephone number

appears in C14.

Can you explain why VLOOKUP returned that telephone number?

The FALSE Parameter — By adding a fourth "parameter" to the VLOOKUP function,

we can avoid the problem of an inaccurate results. The parameter FALSE forces

VLOOKUP to return only exact matches, giving an error message when no exact

match can be found.

7. Click in cell B11.

8. In the formula bar add FALSE to the function as follows:

=VLOOKUP(A11,$A$2:$C$5,2, FALSE) .

9. Press Enter.

10. CopyB11 down to B12:B14.

11. An error message appears in B14. Why is this the result you

want?

12. Click in cell C11.

13. In the formula bar add FALSE to the function as follows:

=VLOOKUP(A11,$A$2:$C$5,3,FALSE).

14. Press Enter.

15. CopyC11downtoC12:C14.

11. An error message appears in C14. Why is this the result you want?

Another situation where you want VLOOKUP to find only an exact match is when

the data in the first column is not in ascending (sequential) order. The

example we considered above was a table of student information arranged in

sequence by student number. Let’s see what happens if the data is not in

order by student number.

1. Save a second copy of the worksheet created above as

Excel_vlookup_ex6.xls

2. Delete the VLOOKUP functions in B11:C14.

3. Highlight the lookup table A2:C5.

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4. Select Data / Sort / Sort by: Name (Col. B) to re-sort the data so that

it is not in order by student number.

5. In B11 enter the VLOOKUP function as earlier, with no FALSE parameter.

6. In C11 enter the VLOOKUP function as earlier, with no FALSE parameter.

7. Copy down B11:C11 to B12:C14.

8. Are the results correct? Can you explain them?

9. In B11 and C11 edit the functions by adding the FALSE parameter.

10. Copy down B11:C11 to B12:C14.

11. Are the results correct now? Can you explain them all, including B14

and C14?

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BONUS ASSIGNMENT 1

You are the manager of a computer warehouse, Toronto Discount Computer

Land, selling hardware to small computer stores. When companies buy in

bulk, they qualify for discounts up to 33%. Because your prices change

regularly, it is important that your 'data table' be updated easily, and

the resulting invoice reflects these changes.

You will design a spreadsheet (see below) that consists of a 'master

lookup table' containing your current price sheet, followed by an actual

Order Form for the client.

N.B. The user will be required to enter only two pieces of information in

the Order Form, namely the Quantity and Item Number. The remainder of the

Order Form will fill in automatically (via your formulas).

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BONUS ASSIGNMENT 2

Below is an Excel worksheet that helps a shipping clerk decide the best

method of delivering a shipment based on its weight. When the clerk enters

the weight of the shipment in C13 or below, the worksheet automatically

determines the cost of shipping by courier (D13), the lowest shipping cost

(E13), and the best mode based on the shipping cost (F13).

required VLOOKUP functions in D13:F15. Note: In this example the third

parameter of the VLOOKUP function will not always be 2.

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