# Nested IF statement

#### sayayinx

##### New Member
Hello, I need help creating a nested If statement that satisfies the following condition:

IF =< 79 means below, If between 81-120 means within, IF > 121 Above.

The column data is in percentages, example: 77%

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#### AlphaFrog

##### MrExcel MVP
Try something like this...
=IF(A1<=80%, "Below", IF(A1<=120%, "Within", "Above"))

#### Michael M

##### Well-known Member
Hi and welcome to the Board
Try
Code:
``=IF(A1<=79,"Below",IF(A1<=120,"Within","Above"))``
Copy down as required

#### sayayinx

##### New Member
Thanks AlphaFrog, I was trying too many IF statements, and I was getting nowhere!

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