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The english version of OpenOffice Calc does have the function LOOKUP.

How is this function named in German (Deutsch)?

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Excuse me, there are about 100 mio German speakers (Germany, Austria and part of Switzerland). Nothing to sneeze at! – Robert Ilbrink Jan 27 '13 at 16:14

The LOOKUP function is named VERWEIS in German.

A translation-table in German language is available here:

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