By modifying the table_array using an array formula we can use multiple conditions to create a "filtered" table_array.
You can also use a table name, I´ll show you this later in this post.
Therefore, any of the built-in Excel functions can be accessed in VBA, using the general command:, which lists seven employee names alongside their individual hourly rates of pay.
is a logical value: Find the closest match in first column sorted in ascending order (TRUE) or find an exact match (FALSE) Another downside with VLOOKUP is that it can only return the first value even if there are multiple matches, I made post a few years ago about this: How to return multiple values using vlookup in excel VLOOKUP(lookup_value, table_array, col_index_num ,range_lookup) =VLOOKUP(C2, A8: E17, 3, FALSE) This formula matches the value in cell C2 ("A") to the first column in cell range A8: E17.
The second argument is the column number and the function returns the value from that column and in the same row.
I'm trying to lookup a value on a spreadsheet within a table array using the VLOOKUP function in my vba code. Here is the normal VLOOKUP formula with all the references: If the lookup fails it will throw an error: however if you drop the "Worksheet Function" it will not, but you can test the outcome using Is Error(result).
You'd need to declare result as variant though. That doesn't seem to work when using the square brackets.