Find text in one column, return value in another column

tammyradencic

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I don't think this should be too hard:
I need to see if the data in column B has the word "TRUE". If it does, then I need the data from that same row from column A put into the same row, column C. So in this example, cell B2 has the word "TRUE" so I need 50 to be put into C2.
Thanks for any help!

Gift AmountTeam CaptainTC Gift
50TRUE50
100
25TRUE25

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Smitty

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Welcome to the Board!

How about:

=IF(B2=TRUE,A2,"")

HTH,
 

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