Macro to run IF Statement

ExcelNovice

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I'm trying to get a macro that will populate cell C3 with the word "Excellent" if cell B3 is > 1; "Satisfactory" if B3 is > 2.5; "Fair" if B3 is > 3.5; "Moderate" if B3 is > 4.5; "Average" if B3 is > 6 and "Poor" if B3 is > 7.

I know how to do this using IF Statement, but I would prefer to use a macro. Your help will be appreciated.

Thanks.
 

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MosesOfOz

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Jul 4, 2002
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The following code with achieve what you have asked for. If you are trying to do this for a range of cells, you will need to loop it.

Sub Macro1()
Select Case Range("B3").Value
Case Is > 7
Range("C3").Value = "Poor"

Case 6 To 7
Range("C3").Value = "Average"

Case 4.5 To 5
Range("C3").Value = "Moderate"

Case 3.5 To 4.5
Range("C3").Value = "Fair"

Case 2.5 To 3.5
Range("C3").Value = "Satisfactory"

Case 1 To 2.5
Range("C3").Value = "Excellent"
End Select
End Sub
 

Yogi Anand

MrExcel MVP
Joined
Mar 12, 2002
Messages
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Like MoseOfOz, I also chose to use Select Case rather than multiple IF statements ...

Code:
Sub yselect()
'10/06/02 -- Yogi Anand Use of Case in lieu of nested IFs
Dim Number
Dim Result As String
Number = Sheets("sheet6").Range("B3")

Select Case Number
    Case Is > 7
        Result = "poor"
    Case Is > 6
        Result = "average"
    Case Is > 4.5
        Result = "Moderate"
    Case Is > 3.5
        Result = "Fair"
    Case Is > 2.5
        Result = "Satisfactory"
    Case Is > 1
        Result = "Excellent"
Case Else
    Debug.Print "Result Not Available for <=1"
End Select
Debug.Print Result
End Sub

Regards!

Yogi
 

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