IF Statement issues re too many arguments

mordrid

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Hi, I have looked at several threads but can not solve my issue.

I am trying to define a cells content as either a calculated value of zero based on another cell either showing Y or N, I have produced the following statement

=IF('Key Input Details'!E14,"Y",H15/'Calculations - ITSD'!L8,0)

However this just returns a too many argument statement

Any suggestions would be great as it is driving me nuts (I am unable to use VBA (no macros allowed) so would appreciate formula type suggestions only)
 

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Fluff

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Maybe
Excel Formula:
=IF('Key Input Details'!E14="Y",H15/'Calculations - ITSD'!L8,0)
 

mordrid

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Hi, thankyou so much, I just could not see the wood for the trees
 

Fluff

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You're welcome & thanks for the feedback.
 
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