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Since I wrote these notes I have learnt a few new things about using the Vlookup formula 1) You can place the vlookup table on a separate worksheet and reference it from within the formula using the name of the worksheet 2) If you place the vlookup table on a separate worksheet you don't have to state the upper left and lower right cell numbers in the formula The result of this becomes a formula that looks like the following: =VLOOKUP(G2,Table!$A:$B,2,TRUE) 
Hello Rupert, I saw your website about an Excel markbook, I'm starting to make my own and I have a query you might be able to help with. I have attached the sheet. I want to be able to enter "Abs" when students miss an assignment legitimately and have it not affect their term average or grade. Do you have any idea how I can achieve this? =ISNUMBER(A1) will return TRUE of FALSE =IF(ISNUMBER(H5),(H5/$H$4)*100,0)+IF(ISNUMBER(I5),(I5/$I$4)*100,0) The trick is to use a sequence of if commands IF(ISNUMBER()) Markbook Excel 13 KB created 19 June 2014

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Russell, R. (2018, November 14, 12:02 pm). Excel markbook example.
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