# INDEX & MATCH Excel Lookup Functions – All You Need To Know in 10 Minutes (EMT 1618)

Learn all about the Excel INDEX & MATCH Lookup Functions is 10 minutes. Here is the list of topics in this video and the time hyperlinks that the specific section of the video:
1. (00:30) Introduction to what INDEX and MATCH can do
2. (01:42) All about MATCH Function
3. (02:04) MATCH for Exact Match Lookup, [match_type] = 0
4. (02:34) What is Approximate Match?
5. (03:16) MATCH for Approximate Match Lookup with values Sorted Ascending, [match_type] = 1 or omitted
6. (04:02) MATCH for Approximate Match Lookup with values Sorted Descending, [match_type] = – 1
7. (04:17) INDEX and MATCH together to do any type of lookup
8. (04:26) INDEX & MATCH to do One-way lookup to retrieve a single value in a column to the left of the lookup value. Example of Exact Match Lookup.
9. (05:34) INDEX & MATCH to do One-way lookup to retrieve a single value in a column to the left of the lookup value when lookup values are sorted biggest to smallest. Example of one type of Approximate Match Lookup.
10. (06:17) INDEX & MATCH to do Two-way lookup to retrieve a single value. See second type of Approximate Match Lookup and an Exact Match Lookup.
11. (07:24) How to Copy Two-way lookup formula.
12. (09:01) INDEX & MATCH to lookup a list of values
13. (09:23) INDEX & MATCH to do Two-way lookup to retrieve a full row
14. (10:15) INDEX & MATCH to do Two-way lookup to retrieve a full column
15. (10:41) INDEX & MATCH to do Lookup an item from multiple tables
16. (10:41) MATCH to get Table Number
17. (11:11) INDEX & MATCH to do Lookup Columns Headers
18. (11:56) Summary