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#### Warrior Golf

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Hi my formula "=IF(D3<C3,D3+1,D3)-C3" works fine. I want to add an additional cell after the calculation.<c3,d3+1,d3)-c3" works="" fine="" i="" want="" to="" add="" an="" additional="" cell="" after="" this="" calculation.<c3,d3+1,d3)-c3"="" which="" tells="" me="" hours="" worked="" for="" a="" person,="" but="" 1="" more="" time="" into="" the="" existing="" formula.="" i'm="" getting="" errors.="" please="" help.="" thanks.=""

Example for formula with error.
</c3,d3+1,d3)-c3">=IF(D3<C3,D3+1,D3)-C3,(+D3)<c3,d3+1,d3)-c3(+d3)

<c3,d3+1,d3)-c3" works="" which="" tells="" me="" hours="" worked="" for="" a="" person,="" but="" i="" want="" to="" add="" 1="" more="" cell="" time="" into="" the="" existing="" formula.="" i'm="" getting="" errors.="" please="" help.="" thanks.=""
<c3,d3+1,d3)-c3, +g3
</c3,d3+1,d3)-c3,></c3,d3+1,d3)-c3"></c3,d3+1,d3)-c3(+d3)

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#### AlphaFrog

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