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07-08-2010 8:29 PM

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In what I want to do there are three possible conditions.

1.

A number in cell A is less than cell X and greater than cell Y so in cell B the result is contents cell A

2.

A number in cell A is greater/equal than cell X so in cell B the result is contents cell X

3.

A number in cell A is smaller/equal than cell Y so in cell B the result is contents cell Y

To deal with option 1 and use it as part of a nested IF,I tried "AND(A<X,A>Y)" expecting that both would return "TRUE", but only one did.

Where am I going wrong? It's embarrassing as I'm sure I have managed before.

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07-08-2010 8:49 PM

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B = A

else if( A >= X)

B = X

else if (A <= y)

B = y

is this right ?

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07-08-2010 9:04 PM

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AND

with its token in whatever pc language your using

in ansi c AND is

||

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07-08-2010 10:02 PM

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I think you meant to write && (|| is logical OR)

Quote from: giro in ansi c AND is

||

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07-08-2010 10:16 PM

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AND in c is &&

sorry

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07-08-2010 10:44 PM

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VBA is terra incognita for me, , so plain Excel pse.

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07-08-2010 10:57 PM

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value_if_true1

ELSEIF condition2 THEN

value_if_true2

ELSE

value_if_false2

END IF

so example

In Excel, you need to write a formula that works this way:

If (cell A1) is less than 20, then multiply by 1,

If it is greater than or equal to 20 but less than 50, then multiply by 2

If its is greater than or equal to 50 and less than 100, then multiply by 3

And if it is great or equal to than 100, then multiply by 4

Answer: You can write a nested IF statement to handle this. For example:

=IF(A1<20, A1*1, IF(A1<50, A1*2, IF(A1<100, A1*3, A1*4)))

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07-08-2010 11:03 PM

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Question: In Excel, I need a formula in cell C5 that does the following:

IF A1+B1 <= 4, return 20

IF A1+B1 > 4 but <= 9, return 35

IF A1+B1 > 9 but <= 14, return 50

IF A1+B1 > 15, return 75

you can write a nested IF statement that uses the AND function as follows:

=IF((A1+B1)<=4,20,IF(AND((A1+B1)>4,(A1+B1)<=9),35,IF(AND((A1+B1)>9,(A1+B1)<=14),50,75)))

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07-08-2010 11:07 PM

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IF condition1 THEN

value_if_true1

ELSEIF condition2 THEN

value_if_true2

ELSE

value_if_false2

END IF

This syntax example demonstrates how to nest two IF functions. You can nest up to 7 IF functions.

condition is the value that you want to test.

value_if_true is the value that is returned if condition evaluates to TRUE.

value_if_false is the value that is return if condition evaluates to FALSE.

Applies To:

* Excel 2007, Excel 2003, Excel XP, Excel 2000

so you do have the easier method in excel

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07-08-2010 11:09 PM

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Where A1 = cell A

Where B1 = cell X

Where C1 = cell Y

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07-08-2010 11:24 PM

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