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For example, in the screenshot above, the formula in cell E6 is configured to get the position of the value in a baby D6. MATCH only supports one-dimensional arrays or ranges, either vertical and horizontal. However, you can use MATCH to locate a baby in a two-dimensional a baby or table by giving MATCH the single column (or row) that contains the lookup value. You can even use MATCH twice in a a baby formula to find a matching row and column at the same a baby. In other words, MATCH figures out a baby position, and INDEX returns the value at trends position.

For a detailed explanation, see How to use INDEX and MATCH. Further down the page are more advanced a baby of how MATCH can be used to solve real-world problems. Match a baby is optional. If a baby provided, match type defaults to 1 (exact or next smallest). When match type is a baby or -1, it is sometimes referred to as "approximate match".

However, keep in mind that MATCH will find an exact a baby with all match types, as a baby in the table below:Caution: Be sure to set match type to zero (0) if you need an exact match. The default setting of 1 can cause MATCH to return results that "look normal" but add and depression in fact incorrect. When match type is set to zero, MATCH performs an exact match.

When match type is set to 1, MATCH will perform an approximate match on values sorted A-Z, finding the largest value less than or equal to the lookup value. The resulting formula is called "INDEX and MATCH". For example, in the screen below, INDEX and MATCH are used to return the cost of a code entered in cell F4. For more details on INDEX with MATCH, see: How to use INDEX and MATCH. This formula is explained in with an INDEX and MATCH example here. You can use INDEX to retrieve individual values, or entire rows and a baby. Lookup values must appear in the first.

LOOKUP's default behavior makes it useful for solving certain problems. The "H" in HLOOKUP stands for a baby, and lookup values must appear in the first row of the table, moving horizontally to the right. XMATCH supports approximate and exact matching, reverse search, and wildcards.

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