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# How to Use the XLOOKUP Excel Function with Multiple Criteria

This tutorial discusses the purpose and syntax of the XLOOKUP Excel function, its advantages concerning its predecessors, the two main ways of using XLOOKUP with multiple criteria including their pros and cons, extending functionality through the optional parameters, and the way of running a similar search in older Excel versions.

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