FORMULA

sitelbanat

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Is there any command I can use to say up to in a formula, for example calculate up to 56
 

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Richard Schollar

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Hi

You are going to have to provide some contextual information here as to what exactly you are trying to achieve. 56 what?

Best regards

Richard
 

daniels012

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Need more info.
Give us an example of what you are trying to accomplish. More info in your subject will get you more hits aslo!

Michael
 

Smitty

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Something like this:

=MIN(56,A1)

Will return any number in A1 up to 56.

Hope that helps,

Smitty
 

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