## Best Excel Tutorial

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#### Vlookup for a range of values

Vlookup is a powerful function in Excel that can be used to search for a specific value in a range of cells and return a corresponding value from a different column in the same row. Doing vlookup for a range of values is also possible.

Here you have an example which shows you how to deal with vlookup for a range in Excel.

#### Vlookup across multiple files

The VLOOKUP function is a powerful tool in Excel that can be used to lookup values in a table. However, the VLOOKUP function can only lookup values in a single table at a time.

#### Vlookup on Multiple Sheets

There are situations when you have data on many sheets. In this lesson you will teach yourself how to do vlookup in this case.

#### How to calculate enthalpy change?

In this Excel tutorial, you learn how to calculate an enthalpy change in Excel spreadsheet.

#### How to do a Vlookup Using Text

In this Excel tutorial, you learn how to vlookup using string of text. This is a simple trick you will understand and use many times in Excel.

#### How to Vlookup Backwards

Something tricky today. Let’s create some backwards VLOOKUP formula. It’s quite easy, but not obvious. Here’s an example.

#### How to Use Vlookup with a Drop Down List

Let’s expand your drop-down list using this simple trick in Excel. Teach yourself here how to automatically load the values into the drop-down list using VLOOKUP function.

#### How to Create Forex Spreadsheet in Excel

A powerful spreadsheet tailored for forex trading can be crafted using various methods. This tutorial article guides you through one effective approach to build such a spreadsheet.

#### How to Calculate Confidence Interval in Excel?

Excel is a powerful tool for various types of mathematical, engineering and statistical calculations and analyzes. It is up to you to take full advantage of the possibilities offered by Excel.

#### How to Add Special Characters in Excel

The special characters in Excel can be understood in different ways. How to deal with it when using it depends on the person using it.