Description: The INDEX function returns a value or the reference to a value from within a table or range. There are two ways to use the INDEX function: If you want to return the value of a specified cell or array of cells, see Array form. If you want to return a reference to specified cells, see Reference form.
Description: The Excel INDEX function returns the value at a given position in a range or array. You can use INDEX to retrieve individual values or entire rows and columns. INDEX is often used with the MATCH function, where MATCH locates and feeds a position to INDEX.
Description: The Microsoft Excel INDEX function returns a value in a table based on the intersection of a row and column position within that table. The first row in the table is row 1 and the first column in the table is column 1. The INDEX function is a built-in function in Excel that is categorized as a Lookup/Reference Function. It can be used as a worksheet function (WS) in Excel.
Description: Index function returns the value at a given row and column index in a table array. Let's learn the INDEX function Syntax and illustrate how to use the function in Excel below. INDEX Function in Excel Index function returns the cell value at matching row and column index in array.
Description: Apart from retrieving a single cell, the INDEX function is able to return an array of values from the entire row or column. To get all values from a certain column, you have to omit the row_num argument or set it to 0. Likewise, to get the entire row, you pass empty value or 0 in column_num.
Description: =INDEX () returns the value of a cell in a table based on the column and row number. =MATCH () returns the position of a cell in a row or column. Combined, the two formulas can look up and return the value of a cell in a table based on vertical and horizontal criteria. For short, this is referred to as just the Index Match function.
Description: INDEX retrieves the value at row 4, column 2. To summarize, INDEX gets a value at a given location in a range of cells based on numeric position. When the range is one-dimensional, you only need to supply a row number. When the range is two-dimensional, you'll need to supply both the row and column number.
Description: The INDEX function will use the row number and column number to find a cell in the given range and return the value in it. All by itself, INDEX is a very simple function, with no utility. After all, in most cases, you are not likely to know the row and column numbers.
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