How does cross referencing work?
Cross referencing involves creating a link between two or more parts or products. As information of these parts or products have different sources, there is a need to link them to each other. The link can be created using different methods depending on the type of document and the software used to create it.
The most used tool to compare data is Excel. In the blog ‘Excel cross referencing and VLOOKUP’ you can learn more about matching data through Excel and the function of VLOOKUP. If you want to learn more about its use cases and benefits, the blog ‘Benefits automated cross referencing and cross referencing in bulk’ might give you valuable insights.