Determine MAX below a threshold

AusSteelMan

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Hi everyone,

Quick one I just can't get right

I am after a formula that will return the MAX value below a threshold.

I have a list of numbers between 0 and 19000

I would like to determine the value that is the highest below 16000.

I guess the second thing is a conditional format that will highlight the cell that meets this criteria, but I think I could get this if I can get the formula right to determine the value.

I know it seems a simple request compared to some of the things I have asked for help with before, so I am just guessing that my brain must be in low gear at the moment;)

Thanks in advance
ASM
 

Jonmo1

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It's an array formula entered with CTRL + SHIFT + ENTER

=MAX(IF(A1:A100<16000,A1:A100))

This must be entered with CTRL + SHIFT + ENTER
 

AusSteelMan

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Thanks jonmo1

I had a CSE similar but apparently just screwed it up.

This worked great.

Thanks,
ASM
 

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