## How do you find and replace multiple values at once in Excel?

The easiest way to find and replace multiple entries in Excel is by using the SUBSTITUTE function. The formula’s logic is very simple: you write a few individual functions to replace an old value with a new one.

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**How do I find and replace multiple values at once?**

Using Find and Replace tool

- Select the range of cells where you want to replace the text or numbers.
- Go to Home menu > editing ground > select Find & Select > Click Replace or press CTRL+H from the keyboard.
- On Find what box type the text or value you want to search for.

**How do I do a VLOOKUP with multiple returns?**

To lookup multiple matches with the VLOOKUP Function you need to create a helper column within the table of data. The helper column uses the COUNTIF Function to create a unique ID for each instance. The helper column must be the leftmost column within the data set.

### How do I replace text in multiple cells in Excel?

How to use Replace in Excel

- Select the range of cells where you want to replace text or numbers.
- Press the Ctrl + H shortcut to open the Replace tab of the Excel Find and Replace dialog.
- In the Find what box type the value to search for, and in the Replace with box type the value to replace with.

**How do you substitute range in Excel?**

The Excel SUBSTITUTE function replaces text in a given string by matching. For example =SUBSTITUTE(“952-455-7865″,”-“,””) returns “9524557865”; the dash is stripped. SUBSTITUTE is case-sensitive and does not support wildcards. text – The text to change.

**Can match return multiple values?**

You cannot use the VLOOKUP function to match and return multiple values in Excel.

## How do I return multiple matching values by one criteria in Excel?

3 Options to Return Multiple Values in Excel Based on Single Criteria

- i. Using TEXTJOIN and IF Functions.
- ii. Using TEXTJOIN and FILTER Functions.
- i. Using a Combination of INDEX, SMALL, MATCH, ROW, and ROWS Functions.
- ii. Using FILTER Function.

**Is Xlookup or INDEX match better?**

Vlookup is easier to grasp and often all you really need. Index/Match can search right-to-left or left-to-right and doesn’t require you select as large an array in most cases. No matter what side of the fence you’re on with that debate, XLOOKUP seems to have outdone them BOTH.

**Is there a lookup formula that can return multiple matching values?**

Excel has some amazing lookup formulas, such as VLOOKUP, INDEX/MATCH (and now XLOOKUP ), but none of these offer a way to return multiple matching values. All of these work by identifying the first match and return that.

### How to fetch multiple values of the same lookup value in MySQL?

VLOOKUP returns the same value for the lookup values if the lookup value has duplicate names. To fetch multiple values of the same lookup value, we need to create helper columns by using any of the above 3 methods.

**How do you substitute multiple values in Excel?**

Substitute Multiple Values. To find and replace multiple values in Excel, we can use the SUBSTITUTE function in a nested formula: 1. = SUBSTITUTE(SUBSTITUTE(SUBSTITUTE(B3,”Bobby”,”Bob”),”Samantha”,”Sam”),”Robert”,”Rob”)

**How to get multiple lookup values without any repetitions in Excel?**

If you want to get the result where there are no repetitions, you need to modify the code a bit. Here is the VBA code that will give you multiple lookup values in a single cell without any repetitions. Once you have placed this code in the VB Editor (as shown above in the tutorial), you will be able to use the MultipleLookupNoRept function.