Has anyone ever heard of a v point with excel? I had a job interview today and the lady told me if I can figure out what it is then I have the job. I've searched and searched and I'm not finding anything. Can anyone help?
Can you give any information at all? the context that the term was used in? What kind of job were you interviewing form? There may be another term for what you are looking for - so the more info you can give, the better.
I have not heard of that either. My first reaction would be that she meant VLookUp. If you described that to her and she was adament that this is not what she ment then as Tracy and Norie have indicated, you need more context. "Point" could mean a point on a chart, perhaps a vector plot? "Point" could mean screen points, there are several functions in VBA such as PointsToScreenPixelsX or CentimetersToPoint, perhaps she was confusing X or Y points/coordinates on a screen?
I'm impressed. All y'all's bosses know how to use VLOOKUP()? Mine doesn't. Nor would my VP, our Logistics Director or our Business Integration Director. Our new Finance Manager definitely would be able to use it with no help - she can even write simple macros! (Our old Fin Mgr knew what VLookup() was for, but I had to stop by and help him out about every other month). The other three line managers in our facility would probably know of its existance but might need some help getting it written correctly, especially if formatting between the lookup and lookin ranges were mixed.