Formula question

ironsides

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I have this formula that works well

=IF(AND(J4<16,R4=1),"yes","")

But I want to change it so J4 is more than 0 and less than 16

(some cell in J are blank)

or to put it another way

J4 is between 1 and 15

Im using Excel2000

Thank you
 

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try the followning code

if(AND(0<JJ4<16,R4=1),"yes","")
 

Domenic

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Office Version
  1. 365
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  1. Windows
To ignore blanks...

=IF(J4<>"",IF(J4<16,IF(R4=1,"Yes",""),""),"")

For greater than 0 and less than 16...

=IF(J4>0,IF(J4<16,IF(R4=1,"Yes",""),""),"")

Hope this helps!
 

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