Having a wedding is definitely a big deal. Especially if you are planning a large wedding, it is important to consider how to arrange your budgets. Fortunately, there are many ways to buy wedding dresses so that you can afford to have the dress of your dreams!

Wedding gowns cost a lot of money. In the high \$500-\$1000 range, they are more expensive than other dresses in the middle and lower price ranges. Therefore, it is important to know the cost of the dress you are buying.

The best way to learn the ring cost for the first student by using a Vlookup function is in cell C5 on your computer. This function can be done in different ways, however.

## Type the function “=VLOOKUP”

A Vlookup function allows you to enter a cell formula and then retrieve data from another cell formula. The =VLOOKUP function does this!

Using the =VLOOKUP function, you can enter the cost of the first student in cell C5 and then, when his or her student number changes, you can display the new cost in cell C5.

You would use the Vlookup function in conjunction with the Ring Cost feature in Cell C5. When a new student registers for class, their current teacher sends them information about their class, including their cost.

To use the Vlookup function, type =VLOOKUP in your text box and then press Enter.

## Select the first value in the list, which is \$150

Once you do that, you can now select the first student, and display the ring cost for him or her.

Using a vlookup function, you can easily select specific values in a data set. This is great for displaying information about specific students in your database.

This function works in both your SQL and RDB databases. You can use it to find out which student wants to buy a ring at different prices, or which rings are in stock at certain stores.

There are several websites that have helpful vlookup functions, so don’t be afraid to use one. Just make sure it is accurate! If a function does not work with your data set, it will tell you that.

## Type 150 into the “Table Value” box

The second student must have a table value of 150. If the student does not have this amount, then enter 150 into the “Column Value” box.

The third student must have a column value of 150. If the student does not have this amount, then enter 150 into the “Table Value” box.

## Click on column B where your values are listed

Once you have your values in column B, type a new value in column C and then press enter. This will add a Vlookup function to your cell.

Column B: Your Name or First Name (or initial)

Column C: Your Last Name or Middle Name (or rest)

Vlookup works by using these values to determine what column to place your data in. So, if your student’s ring cost is \$10 and your value is \$8, the Vlookup will place your data in the \$8 column. This will help display the difference between all of the students’ payments!

Figure out how many payments each student has made so that you can update your display.

## Click OK and you should see \$150 in cell C5 with the ring cost displayed

If you do, then congratulations! You found the cost of your first student!

If not, then read on to learn how to create a function in Cell C5 to display the ring cost for the first student.

We’ll begin this exercise by creating a new worksheet and calling it Student1. Then we’ll change our existing student’s name and email address so that they are distinguishable from all other students. We’ll also change the course schedule so that it shows what each student is going to study.

To do this, we will use the same function we used in previous articles to find the average cost of courses in a school. This time, we will add an extra parameter to tell it where to find the data for our new student.

## Repeat these steps for each row until all of your ring prices are displayed in column C

Once you have entered all of your information, click the Calculate button. This will take a few minutes to process, so be patient!

During the calculatio process, it will ask if you would like to add a column for savings. You can do so! Save money and have more options in the future.