The VLookup function in Google Sheets is used to find whether a value exists in multiple ranges. This tool has limitless uses for sorting through and making sense of large lists of data.

This video will walk you through the step by step instructions on how to best use the VLookup function in Google Sheets.

Click here to watch this video on YouTube.


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3 thoughts on “How to Do a VLookup in Google Sheets

  1. Katherine Epes Reply

    I may be wrong on this, but it is the first time I’ve heard a woman do one of these. It’s also the first time I’ve seen pink as the background. I know Valentine’s Day is tomorrow, but I sure hope you didn’t make the background pink because a woman was doing the recording. I hope it is just a coincidence that the pink backgraound and the woman’s voice showed up on the same day.

    • The Gooru Post authorReply


      The pink is for valentines day! “VLookups for VDay” was the idea along with the new Valentines Day outfit on the Gooru. No relation to the gender of the narrator.

      The voice is that of Megan, the new Gooru intern, you will be hearing her voice a lot more in the future 🙂

  2. Cate Madden Reply

    I would love to see an extension of this tutorial – how to use vLookup across multiple sheets in a workbook OR across multiple workbooks. Thanks.

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