HLOOKUP – Excel Template

HLOOKUP

HLOOKUP is the horizontal version of VLOOKUP. It allows us to transfer data from a source table. What is typical of HLOOKUP is that it works in terms of rows and not columns. The only difference compared to VLOOKUP is the direction. HLOOKUP works in terms of rows. Our lookup values will be in different columns, while the data to be transferred is in specific rows of the source table.

Some other related topics you might be interested to explore are VLOOKUP, XLOOKUP, and INDEX&MATCH.

This is an open-access Excel template in XLSX format that will be useful for anyone who wants to work as a Financial Analyst, Business Analyst, and for everyone who works with a spreadsheet software.

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