Multiple If statements too many arguments

ItalianPlatinum

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Hello - I am at capacity on using if statements and not sure how to change my formula to include another one.

On the below really looking to just add one more criteria that if row D is 98 it needs to use CCC or CCC-. instead of DDD or DDD-. Right now i manually adjust it to correct. but want to find a way it auto does it. can someone help? i am fine using VBA too if easier

Book1
ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQ
1FAmountTypeAmountType
25000$ 10,000.00Y$ 5,000.00N
36000$ 9,000.00Y$ 5,000.00N
47000$ 50,000.00Y$ 5,000.00N
5
6DateFNCRFCTAmountTypeCommentFCTAmountTypeComment
73-Nov5000Intl2725%500027DDD2,500.00Y500027DDD1,250.00N
83-Nov5000Intl3150%500031DDD5,000.00Y500031DDD2,500.00N
93-Nov5000Intl9825%500098DDD2,500.00Y500098DDD1,250.00N
103-Nov6000Dom2720%600027DDD1,800.00Y600027DDD1,000.00N
113-Nov6000Dom3120%600031DDD1,800.00Y600031DDD1,000.00N
123-Nov6000Dom9840%600098DDD3,600.00Y600098DDD2,000.00N
133-Nov7000ID2710%700027DDD5,000.00Y700027DDD500.00N
143-Nov7000ID3180%700031DDD40,000.00Y700031DDD4,000.00N
153-Nov7000ID9810%700098DDD5,000.00Y700098DDD500.00N
Sheet3
Cell Formulas
RangeFormula
F7:F15F7=IF(VLOOKUP(B7,$J$1:$L$4,2,FALSE)="","",VLOOKUP(B7,$J$1:$L$4,1,FALSE))
G7:G15G7=IF(VLOOKUP(B7,$J$1:$L$4,2,FALSE)="","",D7)
H7:H15H7=IF(VLOOKUP(B7,$J$1:$L$4,2,FALSE)="","",IF(VLOOKUP(B7,$J$1:$L$4,2,FALSE)>0,"DDD","DDD-"))
I7:I15I7=IF((VLOOKUP(B7,$J$1:$L$4,2,FALSE))="","",ROUND(ABS((VLOOKUP(B7,$J$1:$L$4,2,FALSE)))*E7,2))
J7:J15J7=IF(VLOOKUP(B7,$J$1:$L$4,2,FALSE)="","",VLOOKUP(B7,$J$1:$L$4,3,FALSE))
L7:L15L7=IF(VLOOKUP(B7,$J$1:$N$4,2,FALSE)="","",VLOOKUP(B7,$J$1:$N$4,1,FALSE))
M7:M15M7=IF(VLOOKUP(B7,$J$1:$N$4,4,FALSE)="","",D7)
N7:N15N7=IF(VLOOKUP(B7,$J$1:$N$4,4,FALSE)="","",IF(VLOOKUP(B7,$J$1:$N$4,4,FALSE)>0,"DDD","DDD-"))
O7:O15O7=IF((VLOOKUP(B7,$J$1:$N$4,4,FALSE))="","",ROUND(ABS((VLOOKUP(B7,$J$1:$N$4,4,FALSE)))*E7,2))
P7:P15P7=IF(VLOOKUP(B7,$J$1:$N$4,2,FALSE)="","",VLOOKUP(B7,$J$1:$N$4,5,FALSE))
 

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StephenCrump

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A bit of a guess, because the question isn't clear ...

Does this do what you want:

H7: =IFERROR(IF(D7=98,"CCC","DDD")&IF(VLOOKUP(B7,$J$2:$L$4,2,)>0,"","-"),"")
 

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A bit of a guess, because the question isn't clear ...

Does this do what you want:

H7: =IFERROR(IF(D7=98,"CCC","DDD")&IF(VLOOKUP(B7,$J$2:$L$4,2,)>0,"","-"),"")
Basically looking for
  1. If no amount of the respective "F" in K2:K4 then D will be blank
    1. If not blank and column "C" = 98 then if amount >0 do CCC, if not CCC-
    2. If not 98 then if amount > 0 do DDD, if not DDD-
 

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Basically looking for
  1. If no amount of the respective "F" in K2:K4 then D will be blank
    1. If not blank and column "C" = 98 then if amount >0 do CCC, if not CCC-
    2. If not 98 then if amount > 0 do DDD, if not DDD-

OK. Did you try the formula I gave for cell H7?
 

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OK. Did you try the formula I gave for cell H7?
Hi Stephen works except for If no amount of the respective "F" in K2:K4 then D will be blank

which i think is my fault i didn't have that in my mockup. so sorry
 

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Hi Stephen works except for If no amount of the respective "F" in K2:K4 then D will be blank

Sorry, I am not clear what you mean. My formula for H7 will return blank if there is no match for B7 in J$2:J$4, or if B7 is blank.

If you want something different, can you please show an example?
 

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Sorry, I am not clear what you mean. My formula for H7 will return blank if there is no match for B7 in J$2:J$4, or if B7 is blank.

If you want something different, can you please show an example?
apologies see below

Book1
ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQ
1FAmountTypeAmountType
25000Y$ 5,000.00N
36000$(10,000.00)Y$ 5,000.00N
47000$(10,000.00)Y$ 5,000.00N
5
6DateFNCRFCTAmountTypeCommentFCTAmountTypeComment
73-Nov5000Intl2725%  DDD-   27DDD1,250.00 
83-Nov5000Intl3150%  DDD-   31DDD2,500.00 
93-Nov5000Intl9825%  CCC-   98DDD1,250.00 
103-Nov6000Dom2720%600027DDD-2,000.00Y600027DDD1,000.00N
113-Nov6000Dom3120%600031DDD-2,000.00Y600031DDD1,000.00N
123-Nov6000Dom9840%600098CCC-4,000.00Y600098DDD2,000.00N
133-Nov7000ID2710%700027DDD-1,000.00Y700027DDD500.00N
143-Nov7000ID3180%700031DDD-8,000.00Y700031DDD4,000.00N
153-Nov7000ID9810%700098CCC-1,000.00Y700098DDD500.00N
Sheet3
Cell Formulas
RangeFormula
F7:F15F7=IF(VLOOKUP(B7,$J$1:$L$4,2,FALSE)="","",VLOOKUP(B7,$J$1:$L$4,1,FALSE))
G7:G15G7=IF(VLOOKUP(B7,$J$1:$L$4,2,FALSE)="","",D7)
H7:H15H7=IFERROR(IF(D7=98,"CCC","DDD")&IF(VLOOKUP(B7,$J$2:$L$4,2,)>0,"","-"),"")
I7:I15I7=IF((VLOOKUP(B7,$J$1:$L$4,2,FALSE))="","",ROUND(ABS((VLOOKUP(B7,$J$1:$L$4,2,FALSE)))*E7,2))
J7:J15J7=IF(VLOOKUP(B7,$J$1:$L$4,2,FALSE)="","",VLOOKUP(B7,$J$1:$L$4,3,FALSE))
L7:L15L7=IF(VLOOKUP(B7,$J$1:$N$4,2,FALSE)="","",VLOOKUP(B7,$J$1:$N$4,1,FALSE))
M7:M15M7=IF(VLOOKUP(B7,$J$1:$N$4,4,FALSE)="","",D7)
N7:N15N7=IF(VLOOKUP(B7,$J$1:$N$4,4,FALSE)="","",IF(VLOOKUP(B7,$J$1:$N$4,4,FALSE)>0,"DDD","DDD-"))
O7:O15O7=IF((VLOOKUP(B7,$J$1:$N$4,4,FALSE))="","",ROUND(ABS((VLOOKUP(B7,$J$1:$N$4,4,FALSE)))*E7,2))
P7:P15P7=IF(VLOOKUP(B7,$J$1:$N$4,2,FALSE)="","",VLOOKUP(B7,$J$1:$N$4,5,FALSE))
 

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So because K2 is blank, you want blank in H7:H9?

Try H7: =IFERROR(IF(D7=98,"CCC","DDD")&IF(1/VLOOKUP(B7,$J$2:$L$4,2,)>0,"","-"),"")

I haven't looked at your formula in N7 yet. Is it doing what you want?
 
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apologies see below

Book1
ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQ
1FAmountTypeAmountType
25000Y$ 5,000.00N
36000$(10,000.00)Y$ 5,000.00N
47000$(10,000.00)Y$ 5,000.00N
5
6DateFNCRFCTAmountTypeCommentFCTAmountTypeComment
73-Nov5000Intl2725%  DDD-   27DDD1,250.00 
83-Nov5000Intl3150%  DDD-   31DDD2,500.00 
93-Nov5000Intl9825%  CCC-   98DDD1,250.00 
103-Nov6000Dom2720%600027DDD-2,000.00Y600027DDD1,000.00N
113-Nov6000Dom3120%600031DDD-2,000.00Y600031DDD1,000.00N
123-Nov6000Dom9840%600098CCC-4,000.00Y600098DDD2,000.00N
133-Nov7000ID2710%700027DDD-1,000.00Y700027DDD500.00N
143-Nov7000ID3180%700031DDD-8,000.00Y700031DDD4,000.00N
153-Nov7000ID9810%700098CCC-1,000.00Y700098DDD500.00N
Sheet3
Cell Formulas
RangeFormula
F7:F15F7=IF(VLOOKUP(B7,$J$1:$L$4,2,FALSE)="","",VLOOKUP(B7,$J$1:$L$4,1,FALSE))
G7:G15G7=IF(VLOOKUP(B7,$J$1:$L$4,2,FALSE)="","",D7)
H7:H15H7=IFERROR(IF(D7=98,"CCC","DDD")&IF(VLOOKUP(B7,$J$2:$L$4,2,)>0,"","-"),"")
I7:I15I7=IF((VLOOKUP(B7,$J$1:$L$4,2,FALSE))="","",ROUND(ABS((VLOOKUP(B7,$J$1:$L$4,2,FALSE)))*E7,2))
J7:J15J7=IF(VLOOKUP(B7,$J$1:$L$4,2,FALSE)="","",VLOOKUP(B7,$J$1:$L$4,3,FALSE))
L7:L15L7=IF(VLOOKUP(B7,$J$1:$N$4,2,FALSE)="","",VLOOKUP(B7,$J$1:$N$4,1,FALSE))
M7:M15M7=IF(VLOOKUP(B7,$J$1:$N$4,4,FALSE)="","",D7)
N7:N15N7=IF(VLOOKUP(B7,$J$1:$N$4,4,FALSE)="","",IF(VLOOKUP(B7,$J$1:$N$4,4,FALSE)>0,"DDD","DDD-"))
O7:O15O7=IF((VLOOKUP(B7,$J$1:$N$4,4,FALSE))="","",ROUND(ABS((VLOOKUP(B7,$J$1:$N$4,4,FALSE)))*E7,2))
P7:P15P7=IF(VLOOKUP(B7,$J$1:$N$4,2,FALSE)="","",VLOOKUP(B7,$J$1:$N$4,5,FALSE))
works great. thank you
 

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