If, and, or I've tried them all

jas64

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I've tried all the functions and nested functions that I'm familiar with, but can't get it right. Below is what I'm looking for.

If condition #1 is true and condition #2 is true, then do formula "A". Or If condition #1 is true and condition #3 is true, then do formula "B". Or if condition #4 is true and condition #5 is true, then do formula "C". Or if condition #4 is true and condition #6 is true, then do formula "D".

=IF(AL$22=4, $BB$2="LOOSE",(2*.035*12)
- OR -
=IF($AL$22=4, $BB$2="APPLIED",(3*.035*12)
- OR -
=IF($AL$22=4, $BB$2="NONE",(2*.035*12)
- OR -
=IF(AL$22=6, $BB$2="LOOSE",(2*.2*12)
- OR -
=IF($AL$22=6, $BB$2="APPLIED",(3*.2*12)
=IF($AL$22=6, $BB$2="NONE",(2*.2*12)

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jproffer

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I *think* this is what you're wanting...try it out and see....

Code:
=IF(AND($AL$22 = 4,OR($BB$2="NONE",$BB$2="LOOSE")),(2*0.035*12),IF(AND($AL$22=4,$BB$2="APPLIED"),(3*0.035*12),IF(AND($AL$22=6,OR($BB$2="NONE",$BB$2="LOOSE")),(2*0.2*12),IF(AND($AL$22=6,$BB$2="APPLIED"),(3*0.2*12),"FALSE ON ALL ACCOUNTS"))))
I left the (2*0.035*12) and other such formulas as you had them...figured you had some reason...but I can't imagine why you just don't do the math and have it return the answer. At any rate, HTH.
 

hotabae

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If condition #1 is true and condition #2 is true, then do formula "A". Or If condition #1 is true and condition #3 is true, then do formula "B". Or if condition #4 is true and condition #5 is true, then do formula "C". Or if condition #4 is true and condition #6 is true, then do formula "D".

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This would appear something like this:

Code:
=IF(AND(1,2),A,IF(AND(1,3),B,IF(AND(4,5),C,IF(AND(4,6),D,"FAIL CONDITION")
I put "Fail condition" as a placeholder for whatever you want to happen if none of the 4 conditions are satisfied. (1,2) (1,3) (4,5) (4,6)

It would read something like this in the traditional sense: (the "value_if_false" portion of IF formula are basically ElseIf's)

Code:
If 1 = True and 2 = True Then
 A
 
ElseIf 1 = True and 3 = True then
 B
 
ElseIf 4 = True and 5 = True then
 C
 
ElseIf 4 = True and 6 = True then
 D
 
Else
 "Fail Condition"
 
End If
 
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jas64

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Thanks for your input. The reason I don't just do the simple math, is this is in a long string of labor calculations that have more variables than I listed. I just wanted to get this base formula to work before I went too far.
 

jproffer

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I figured it was something like that :) .

If what I had didn't work, or if you can't adjust it on your own, just come on back...I'm happy to try again.
 

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