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Constructing an @columnlookup

I am new to Notes; I have no training in Notes except what I have learned by reading. I would like to know how to construct a @columnlookup. I have read about it, but I just don't understand how to start. I want to have information display in an application that I created for my office. It is a help desk app. When the tech enters the user ID, I want the office, user name, location and other info to display. Can you please help me or point me in the right direction? Thanks in advance.
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