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OpenOffice Calc 3.x Guide
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Search a block of data using HLOOKUP

Use HLOOKUP to search the first row (rows are horizontal) of a block of data and return the value from a row in the same column. HLOOKUP supports the same form and arguments as VLOOKUP:

HLOOKUP(search_value; search_range; return_row_index)
HLOOKUP(search_value; search_range; return_row_index; sort_order)

Use HLOOKUP when:

  • The data is arranged in columns and you want to return data from the same column. For example, student names with test and quiz scores underneath the student’s name.
  • Searching the first row of a range of data.

OpenOffice Calc 3.x Guide
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