IF FUNCTION

JHELP

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IM AM TRYING TO RUN AN IF FORMULA ON MORE THAN 1 CELL

EXAMPLE MY CURRENT FORMUL WORKS ON 1 CELL
=IF((AND(D7=D10,E7=E10,F7=F10,G7=G10,H7=H10)),"YES","NO")

I NEED TO RUN IT ON ROWS VERSUS CELL

EX

=IF((AND(D7=D10:D22,E7=E10:E22,F7=F10:E22,G7=G10:G22,H7=H10"H22)),"YES","NO")

DOESNT WORK PLEASE HELP I HAVE 24 HRS BEFORE THIS IS DUE I WILL EAMIL THE SPREADSHEET IF THAT WILL HELP!!!!

AM I USING THE WRONG FUNCTION
 

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JHELP,

It's hard to tell what "=" means. If D7 is blank, do cells that evaluate to zero "=" D7? Does the sum of all values in D10:D22 need to equal the value of D7? Does each cell in the range D10:D22 need to individually equal D7? Will D7 and D10:D22 hold numbers or text?

Dufus
 
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A couple of things:

You have quotation marks instead of the colon for H10:h22. If you copied it from your formula that will be an error

Try Ctrl+shift+enter to enter it as an array formula. I entered your formula into a blank worksheet with CSE and it showed up as yes, which is right as blank = 0

Finally, Turn off Caps lock as it gives the impression you are shouting at people

Good luck
 
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Thank you to all. I think the problem is :) I am trying to use an if function to determine if any cell the row ='s a single cell. I get "yes" as long as all the cells in the row match the "=" cell. If they do not I get no. I want to get a "yes" if any cell in the row matchs the "="cell.

example = if c7 ='s any cell in row c8:c25 i get a yes versus a no



am i making any sense??? im having a hard time understanding myself at this point
 
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One way would be with COUNTIF

e.g.

=IF((AND(COUNTIF(D10:D22,D7)>0,COUNTIF(E10:E22,E7)>0,COUNTIF(F10:F22,F7)>0,COUNTIF(G10:G22,G7),COUNTIF(H10:H22,H7)>0)),"YES","NO")
 
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brother thank you sooo much you are a god sent and i owe you man you have wonderful day and thank you soooooooo much for taking the time out to help me thank you thank you
 
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Thank you to all. I think the problem is :) I am trying to use an if function to determine if any cell the row ='s a single cell. I get "yes" as long as all the cells in the row match the "=" cell. If they do not I get no. I want to get a "yes" if any cell in the row matchs the "="cell.

example = if c7 ='s any cell in row c8:c25 i get a yes versus a no



am i making any sense??? im having a hard time understanding myself at this point

=IF(ISNUMBER(MATCH(C7,C8:C25,0)),"Yes","No")
 
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