IF AND and WILDCARDS

horizonflame

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Office Version
  1. 2013
I am performing an if formula that has 2 AND criteria, fo which one is a contains wildcard. I read that countifs may be the solution but I am still off the mark

Can anyone help please?



=IF(COUNTIFS(N6,">0",C6,"*CDITT*"),WORKDAY(N6,-Info!$J$12,FigWork!$B$18:$B$25),IF(COUNTIFS(N6,">0",C6,"<>*CDITT*"),WORKDAY(N6,-Info!$E$12,FigWork!$B$18:$B$25),0))


Many thanks
 

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steve the fish

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Office Version
  1. 365
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  1. Windows
Do you mean this?

=IF(N6>0,IF(ISNUMBER(SEARCH("CDITT",C6)),WORKDAY(N6,-Info!$J$12,FigWork!$B$18:$B$25),WORKDAY(N6,-Info!$E$12,FigWork!$B$18:$B$25)),"")
 

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