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Excel | Lookup functions exercise | Curry Rating - Lookup
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Open the file contained within the folder name shown above. We want to display the rating for each curry:
The curries are rated from Very Mild to a worrying Health Warning!.
In cell C4, create an =VLOOKUP formula that displays the rating message for each curry.
Use the chilli rating table in column E
and F as your lookup table. If you create a range
name you will be able to use this in your formula:
=VLOOKUP (Lookup cell, Table Range, Column ref)
Change the Very mild rating to 1140 and the highest rating of 20 to 18 to check that your formula works:
Only one curry carries a health warning!
Use Save As... to save the file in your own new Excel work folder.