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Excel 2020: Handle Multiple Conditions in IF


August 5, 2020 - by Bill Jelen

Excel Handle Multiple Conditions in IF. Photo Credit: Issam Hammoudi at Unsplash.com

When you need to do a conditional calculation, the IF function is the answer. It works like this: If <something is true>, then <this formula>; otherwise <that formula>. In the following figure, a simple IF calculates a bonus for your sales of more than $20,000.

Revenue is in column B. Pay a 2% bonus if revenue is greater than 20000 with =IF(B4>20000,0.02*B4,0)

But what happens when two conditions need to be met? Most people will nest one IF statement inside another, as shown below:

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