There are a lot of support documents and upgrade options, but the really nice thing is the list of the exact equipment your machine was built with. Here’s a screencap of part of the list and a specification sheet for a three-year-old machine in my office.
No more crawling around on the floor trying to read part numbers off cards so you can Google them and hopefully find a driver.
Unfortunately, for owners of Gateway Pro systems, who were bought out by MPC which also went out of business, the serial number tool doesn't work.
In case you want to return multiple corresponding values, for the one Lookup value which has multiple occurrences, we show how it can be done using INDEX, SMALL, IF & ROW excel functions, as follows. Consider the table array ("A2:B8"), in which you want to lookup the value "Apples" in column A which has multiple occurrences, and return all corresponding values in column B.
The INDEX function, INDEX(array,row_num,column_num), accounts for the array as "$B$2:$B$8", and row_num in the table array as {2,5,7}, and returns the intersection (column B, row numbers 2,5,7) values of {$12,$19,$11}.
We had earlier mentioned to copy the formula in cell B11 downward in the same column B, in 7 rows (ie.
In the above example, use this formula in cell B11, as an array formula (CTRL+SHIFT+ENTER), and copy it downward in the same column B, in 7 rows (ie.


VLOOKUP function searches for a value (lookup value) in the first column of a table array and returns the corresponding value in the same row from another column in the table array.
In the above example, we had mentioned to enter the array formula, in cell B11, and copy it downward in the same column B, in 7 rows (ie.
It just redirects viewers to a long defunct website for MPC which has been out of business for 18 months.
Lookup_value) in the first column of a table array and returns a value in the same row from another column in the table array.
In cell B11, enter below formula, as an array formula (CTRL+SHIFT+ENTER), and copy it downward in the same column B, in 7 rows (ie. If you want the sum total of these multiple corresponding values, in one cell, there are multiple ways of doing this, as shown below. In case of multiple occurrences of the Lookup value, the function searches the first occurrence of the Lookup value, and returns the corresponding value in the same row from another column.
However, since the number of occurrences of the lookup value ("Apples") is only 3, you need to copy the formula downward in only 2 more rows, so that the formula appears in 3 rows: cells B11 to B13. Similarly, in the above example, the lookup value ("Apples") is not case sensitive, and it will not make a difference if the table array mentions "apples", "APPLES" or "Apples".


Multiple corresponding values (of the lookup value "Apples") will get copied down vertically, starting from cell B11 till B17.
Multiple corresponding values (of the lookup value "Apples") will get copied vertically, starting from cell B11 till B17.
To make the lookup value case-sensitive in the above example, combine the EXACT function in the formula. EXACT compares two text strings and returns TRUE if they are exactly the same, FALSE otherwise. To get the multiple corresponding values horizontally, in one row, just make one change in the formula, by replacing "ROW(1:1)" to "COLUMN(A1)", and then copy the formula horizontally in the same row to the right columns, from Cell B11 to H11, in 7 columns (Refer Table 6).



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