Excel formula assistance - two if/thens

squeakums

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I have this formula, but I'm trying to write into it:

=IF(F4<=199, 0, 10)

also, if f4 = "Chris" then "N/A"

Help please?
 

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DanteAmor

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Specifically with "Chris" or with any word, then try this:

=IF(ISERR(F4+0),"N/A",IF(F4<=199,0,10))
 

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