=IF($B2="Missouri-Kentucky",VLOOKUP($D2,'Lookup Table'!$N$2:$O$1001,2,FALSE),IF(B2="Georgia",VLOOKUP(D2,'Lookup Table'!$E$2:$F$101,2,FALSE),IF(B2="MidAtlantic/West",VLOOKUP($D2,'Lookup Table'!$K$2:$L$31,2,FALSE),IF($B2="Illinois-Indiana",VLOOKUP($D2,'Lookup Table'!$H$2:$I$9,2,FALSE),IF($B2="Florida",VLOOKUP($D2,'Lookup Table'!$B$2:$C$134,2,FALSE))))))

This formula works for part of what I want. It is returning the values that I am looking for...if they are there. If they aren't there, it is returning NA. I usually use the IF(ISNA( function, but I can't figure out how to get it to work with this multiple IF statement. If the result is NA for Missouri-Kentucky, Georgia, MidAtlantic/West and Illinois-Indiana I want it to say "INHOUSE". If it is NA for Florida, I want it to say "CONTRACTOR". Can someone help???

Thanks!

Stacy