How to Nest Formulas in Excel, Using the IF, VLOOKUP, and LEN functions. [Video]

This video post will teach demonstrate how to nest formulas in Excel. I share how to use an IF function to determine which table to gather data from using a VLOOKUP. If the region has 2 characters, then lookup the United States data table, otherwise lookup and reference the international table.

Practice on your own with my logical-nested-formulas.xlsx.

Download my Excel keyboard shortcuts guide here.

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One Response to How to Nest Formulas in Excel, Using the IF, VLOOKUP, and LEN functions. [Video]

  1. Pingback: How to Use the Index and Match functions instead of a Vlookup in Excel | Steve Chase Docs

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