More IF/OR formula help needed.

mplees

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Hi,

Wonder if anyone can help me with this. I need a formula who's result comes from evaluating another cell.

The evaluated data will be in column F, the result in column M. What I need to evaluate is as follows:

If F1=1,2,3, 8 or 10 then 0
If F1=7 then 25
If F1=4 or 9 then 50
If F1=5 then 75
if F1=6 then 100

can anyone steer me in the right direction?

Regards,

Mark
 

Excel Facts

Which lookup functions find a value equal or greater than the lookup value?
MATCH uses -1 to find larger value (lookup table must be sorted ZA). XLOOKUP uses 1 to find values greater and does not need to be sorted.

MarkAndrews

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You could reference your IF statement to multiple cells, which contain IF's

Thats what i usually do when i need more than 7 IF's
 

Jonmo1

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=IF(F1=7,25,If(OR(F1=4,F1=9),50,If(F1=5,75,If(F1=6,100,0))))

This is presuming that F1 will not be greater than 10 or less than 1...

If that's not the case, one more If is needed...

Code:
=IF(OR(F1=1,F1=2,F1=3,F1=8,F1=10),0,IF(F1=7,25,IF(OR(F1=4,F1=9),50,IF(F1=5,75,IF(F1=6,100,"Less than 1 or Greater than 10")))))
 

Domski

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Hi,

Like this maybe:
Book4
ABCDEFG
110450
220
330
4450
5575
66100
7725
880
9950
10100
Sheet1


Dom
 

Darren Bartrup

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Mar 13, 2006
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Office Version
  1. 365
Platform
  1. Windows
Not sure if this is the best solution, but it works :)
Code:
=CHOOSE($F$1,0,0,0,50,75,100,25,0,50,0)
 

mplees

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351
Gentlemen,

Thank you all so much for your input - problem solved, and as always a great learning experience.

Thank you all again,

Mark
 

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