If Statement: Variable Character Length

Budge

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Joined
Aug 24, 2002
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I need a modification to the formula below please.If the cell reference,$C2 is 4 characters or less then perform the function.If not,enter null.The characters are numbers.
I was working with Mid,Left,Right functions but was unable to work it.
Suggestions appreciated

=IF(ISBLANK($C2),"",IF(AND(BC2=BG2,BC2=BK2),"MrExcelRocks","Change"))

Best Regards
Budge
 

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gwkenny

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If the cell entry is a number, and you want to see if it is greater than 4 characters long, and the entry is an integer, couldn't you also test to see if it is > 9999

I wonder if testing if the cell number is > 9999 is faster than using the LEN function.

g-
 

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