On Day 10 of the 30 Excel Functions in 30 Days series, we looked at the Excel HLOOKUP function. It's similar to VLOOKUP, but looks for values in a horizontal list, instead of a vertical list.
The second example in that HLOOKUP blog post showed how to find a rate in a lookup table, based on the date entered in cell C5. On March 15th, the rate would be 0.25, because the Jan 1st rate is still in effect.
Beyond One Cell
In the comments for the HLOOKUP blog post, Fred said that he got the formula working
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