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By Richard Rost   Richard Rost on Twitter Richard Rost on LinkedIn Email Richard Rost   5 months ago

How to use the XLOOKUP function in Excel 365 

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XLOOKUP is a newly added function to Microsoft Excel in 2019 for Microsoft 365 subscribers and is a powerful replacement for VLOOKUP and HLOOKUP. In this example, I'll show you how to look up employee pay rates for your time sheets.


In the video I mention that XLOOKUP is available for Microsoft Excel 2019. My apologies, it is ONLY available for Microsoft 365 subscribers. I believe I read somewhere at the time it was released that they would be adding it to Excel 2019, but apparently it's only for subscribers. Sorry for the confusion.


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When will I get XLOOKUP? Link 
Mubeezi Micah 
8 months ago
Thanx for this lesson. I got Microsoft Office Professional Plus 2019 installed on my laptop but the XLOOKUP function is missing in Excel. However, when i log into my Microsoft Office Account ONLINE and start Excel, the XLOOKUP is there. Is there something i am missing?
Richard Rost
8 months ago
According to this post from Microsoft, new features only get sent to users with a Microsoft 365 subscription. Sorry.

"All new features are included for free as part of your Microsoft 365 subscription... If you have a one-time purchase of Office 2016 or 2019, you will receive security and performance updates but no new features."

One more reason to get the subscription.
Mubeezi Micah
8 months ago
Thank you Rick for the clarification
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