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I have an array on a worksheet that was given a NAME. this

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I have an array on a worksheet that was given a NAME. this NAME is XXXXX XXXXX a VLOOKUP formula. I wan to expand the NAMEed array. How do I do that?
Thank you for your question, my name is Richard.

Can you make sure please you are doing it this way

t and use it in a formula

On the Insert menu in Excel, point to Name, and then click Define. The Define Name dialog box appears.

In the Names in workbook box, remove the Name array, then enter the name you want for the Array.

In the Refers to box, enter that values you want

Click OK.

In your workbook, select a row of cells.

Enter the formula =ArrayName (replace Arrayname with the name you give), and then press CTRL+SHIFT+ENTER

If it displays correctly you can use it in the VLookup.

Let me know if you have any difficulties please

Thank you
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