## Can you use VLOOKUP and Countif together?

VLOOKUP is used to find any specific data from any table and the COUNTIF function is for counting elements using conditions. With the combined formula of these two functions, we can search and count any values with conditions from any range.

## Can you do a VLOOKUP with partial text?

The VLOOKUP function supports wildcards, which makes it possible to perform a partial match on a lookup value. For instance, you can use VLOOKUP to retrieve values from a table based on typing in only part of a lookup value.

**How do you find a partial match in VLOOKUP?**

Find a partial match in Excel with VLOOKUP

- Working formula: =VLOOKUP(H$2&”*”,B:E,1,FALSE)
- =VLOOKUP(H$2&”*”,B:E,1,FALSE)
- =VLOOKUP(H$2&”*”,B:E,2,FALSE)

**How do you partially match text in Excel?**

If you just want to find which name is partial match the given name, you also can use this formula =INDEX($E$2:$E$14,MATCH($K$1&”*”,E2:E14,0)). (E2:E14 is the column list you want to lookup from, k1 is the given name, you can change as you need.)

### How do I use match and Countif in Excel?

Match one criterion exactly — COUNTIF

- Select the cell in which you want to see the count (cell A12 in this example)
- Type an equal sign (=) to start the formula.
- Type: COUNTIF(
- Select the cells that contain the values to check for the criterion.
- Type a comma, to separate the arguments.
- Type the criterion.

### How do I use index match?

#1 How to Use the INDEX Formula

- Type “=INDEX(” and select the area of the table, then add a comma.
- Type the row number for Kevin, which is “4,” and add a comma.
- Type the column number for Height, which is “2,” and close the bracket.
- The result is “5.8.”

**How do you use index match?**

Follow these steps:

- Type “=INDEX(” and select the area of the table, then add a comma.
- Type the row number for Kevin, which is “4,” and add a comma.
- Type the column number for Height, which is “2,” and close the bracket.
- The result is “5.8.”

**How do you write a Countif criteria?**

A number, expression, cell reference, or text string that determines which cells will be counted. For example, you can use a number like 32, a comparison like “>32”, a cell like B4, or a word like “apples”. COUNTIF uses only a single criteria. Use COUNTIFS if you want to use multiple criteria.

## How do you use match formula?

The MATCH function searches for a specified item in a range of cells, and then returns the relative position of that item in the range. For example, if the range A1:A3 contains the values 5, 25, and 38, then the formula =MATCH(25,A1:A3,0) returns the number 2, because 25 is the second item in the range.