Alright, here is how to do a V-Lookup. So I have my set of information here, I have my “animals” and I have “food” and I also have their “weights.” Say I want to look up “bird” for example. I have another source here, I’m going to do a vertical lookup. I am going to click on my insert function, look up my V-Lookup, find my V-Lookup and double click on it. These are the functions that I need to put in. So I am going to select my lookup value to be “bird.” That’s what I want to find. Next is my array. Now I start with my left most column which is where the lookup is going to look for it and then the other columns where the data is. So I highlight all three columns. My column index says, “Which column do you want me to return?” In this case I want it to return the second column, I want it to return food items. So I am going to click “2” and the range look up will be zero, false. Hit “okay” and it finds “bird” and returns the second column. Now if I change this to “tiger” the formula still works. It finds tiger and returns that second column, which is food. I will show you how this works, instead of the second column, say I want it to be the third column. Now it’s going to return 75.