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VLOOKUP in Access
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Access Equivalent of Excel VLOOKUP Function


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In this video, I'll show you how to perform the equivalent of the VLOOKUP function from Excel in Microsoft Access using DMax and DLookup. We will look up letter grades for students based on their test scores.

Alyssa from Baltimore, Maryland (a Gold Member) asks: I know how to use the VLOOKUP function in Excel to figure out letter grades from test scores. How can I do the same thing in Access?

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Members will learn how to create a GetLetterGrade global function so this lookup can be performed anywhere in the database without extra steps.

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