IF statement help, easy

pete234

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How can I nest this to return 1, 0, or -1 to my cell?

=IF((J4>R4),1,0)
=IF(J4-R4)=0,0
=IF(J4-R4<0,-1

thanks
 

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pete234

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Great these worked. Now have to go look up this SIGN function, never used before.
Interesting! Now if I could just get these pivot icons working...
 

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