## How do you name a table array for VLOOKUP?

Name the group of cells in the table array, which makes it easier to use in the VLookup function….To do this:

- Highlight the cells as shown in the screenshot above.
- Select Insert, Name, Define from the menu bar.
- In the Names in workbook field, enter MayTable and click OK.

**How do I create a VLOOKUP table array?**

For this, go to the first cell of the Range column and click on Insert Function to open the Vlookup Argument Box as shown below.

- Lookup_value = Lookup value is selected as C2 of the same table where array lookup is being applied.
- Table_Array = Table Array is Table 2, which is shown in the above screenshot.

**What is range lookup?**

What exactly is a range lookup? It means you are looking for a value between a range of values. The fastest way to explain this is with an example and a picture.

### Can VLOOKUP return a range?

Well, VLOOKUP is designed to return a single value, not multiple values. That is, VLOOKUP scans down the lookup range and stops at the first matching row … ignoring any additional matching rows. Once VLOOKUP finds a matching row, it shoots to the right to retrieve the related value from a single column.

**How do I fix the range in a VLOOKUP formula?**

Problem: The lookup column is not sorted in the ascending order

- Change the VLOOKUP function to look for an exact match. To do that, set the range_lookup argument to FALSE. No sorting is necessary for FALSE.
- Use the INDEX/MATCH function to look up a value in an unsorted table.

**What is named ranges in Excel VLOOKUP?**

Look “Emp_Table” named range is referenced from A2 to D10. Named Ranges are useful when regularly apply the VLOOKUP formula, and also it is very helpful if we need to go to different worksheets to select the table array.

#### How to use VLOOKUP table array in Excel?

This process of looking up the values from the second of different sources of data with already mapped data is called Vlookup Table Array. For this, go to the first cell of the Range column and click on Insert Function to open the Vlookup Argument Box as shown below.

**How to name a table in VLOOKUP?**

We can name the table as Table 1 as per heading and the second table like Table 2 as shown below. This will allow us to see the table name in Vlookup syntax when selecting the table range. Now go to the cell where we need to see the output for the product and type “ =VLOOKUP, ” and select the function as shown below.

**What does =VLOOKUP mean in Excel formulas?**

Formula breakdown: =VLOOKUP(lookup_value, table_array, col_index_num, [range_lookup]) What it means: =VLOOKUP(this value, in this Named Range, and get me value in this column, Exact Match/FALSE/0]) A Named Range makes it easier to understand Excel formulas, especially if the said formula contains an array argument.