This post is about the application of VLOOKUP Function in VBA Using Excel platform. You must enable Macros in the MS Excel sheet in order to employ the VLOOKUP Function in VBA.
What is VBA?
VBA is the short name of Visual Basic for Applications. It is also connected to Excel from a simple spreadsheet to a highly integrated complex application milieu. Once you open the Visual Basic interface, it will modify the Excel spreadsheet. You can open it simply by going to the Menu bar of the Excel sheet and opening the VBA editor. You can save as well as can print the VBA sheet after you have worked on it. This feature is very useful during data entry creating in VBA.
Before you apply this function in VBA, you should know the language of VLOOKUP formula. It is mentioned here:
Language of VLOOKUP in VBA:
You can use either:
- VLOOKUP (lookup_value, table_array, column_index, range_lookup)
- WorksheetFunction.VLOOKUP(lookup_value, table_array, column_index, range_lookup)
The true rule of MS Excel is portrayed in the integrated functions and formulas that are, in actual, built-in in Excel.
Using VLOOKUP does not require any complex ruling. It is not an advanced complex function as the language/code of this function, as mentioned above, is pretty simple. Moreover, the formula, itself, is very simple and easy to remember as it is considered among the simplest formula of Excel.
The beginners may find some difficulty for using this formula; however, once they have familiarized themselves with it, the formula becomes very simple to employ. It executes once you have inserted the right values and the correct components of this formula.