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如何在Excel中以文本形式存儲vlookup數字?

假設我有以下數據范圍,原始表中的ID號是數字格式,在存儲為文本的查找單元格中,當我應用正常的VLOOKUP函數時,將得到一個錯誤結果,如下圖所示。 在這種情況下,如果表中的查找號和原始號具有不同的數據格式,如何獲得正確的信息?

Vlookup數字存儲為帶有公式的文本

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如果您的查詢號碼以文本形式存儲,並且表中的原始號碼為實數格式,請應用以下公式返回正確的結果:

輸入以下公式: = VLOOKUP(VALUE(G1),A2:D15,2,FALSE) 放入要查找結果的空白單元格,然後按 Enter 鍵返回您需要的相應信息,請參見屏幕截圖:

doc vlookup號存儲為文本2

筆記:

1.在上式中: G1 是您要查找的條件, A2:D15 是包含您要使用的數據和數字的表範圍 2 表示具有要返回的相應值的列號。

2.如果您的查找值為數字格式,並且原始表中的ID號以文本形式存儲,則上述公式將不起作用,您應應用以下公式: = VLOOKUP(TEXT(G1,0),A2:D15,2,FALSE) 以獲得所需的正確結果。

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3.如果不確定何時會有數字和何時有文字,可以使用以下公式: =IFERROR(VLOOKUP(VALUE(G1),A2:D15,2,0),VLOOKUP(TEXT(G1,0),A2:D15,2,0)) 處理這兩種情況。

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Worked. Thank you! 
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Thanks so much!!!!! This worked for me, the #3 solution! HUGE help!!!
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Thank You... :) Its worked for me
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Same thing here. The problem is the data range. For some reason, even when the data type is text, MS Excel still looks at it as a number. But if you hit enter, it looks at it as text. So I usually end up with the data range where some of it is numbers and others, text.

SOLUTION: Use IFERROR function to address BOTH possibilities: IFERROR(VLOOKUP(TEXT(A1,0),$A$1:$A$100,1,FALSE),VLOOKUP(VALUE(A1),$A$1:$A$100,1,FALSE)). Hope this helps.
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Unfortunately this method does not Always work. I import numbers in a column defined as tekst. I lookup these numbers in a table in which the numbers are also stored as tekst. I would say a Vlookup should work, but nor the standard lookup, nor the lookup with TEXT() or VALUE() function as expected. When I retype all values in the columns it works as expected, so there's no error in the formula.
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I have the same problem @Rens, does anybody know a solution for this?
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Same thing here. The problem is the data range. For some reason, even when the data type is text, MS Excel still looks at it as a number. But if you hit enter, it looks at it as text. So I usually end up with the data range where some of it is numbers and others, text.

SOLUTION: Use IFERROR function to address BOTH possibilities: IFERROR(VLOOKUP(TEXT(A1,0),$A$1:$A$100,1,FALSE),VLOOKUP(VALUE(A1),$A$1:$A$100,1,FALSE)). Hope this helps.
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This is what I do and is perfect.
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Same thing here. The problem is the data range. For some reason, even when data type is text, it looks like it's still looked on as a number. But if you hit enter, it looks at it as text. So I usually would end up with the data range where some of it is numbers and others text.

SOLUTION: Use IFERROR function to address BOTH possibilities: IFERROR(VLOOKUP(TEXT(A1,0),$A$1:$A$100,1,FALSE),VLOOKUP(VALUE(A1),$A$1:$A$100,1,FALSE)). Hope this helps.
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Hello Jaji, thanks, this works, I hope in all cases. Nevertheless it looks like a bug to me.
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