NESTED IFS PROBLEM

G-fer

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Hi ...

I've a nested IF problem.

Cells G9 to G18 each contain a number.

There is a number in cell B5.

In B7 I want to say "Yes" if the number in B5 matches any of the numbers in G9:G18.

Nested IFs won't work because of the 7 max. rule.

Any ideas??

G-fer.
 

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GlennUK

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In that case how about the MATCH function?

Like:
Code:
=IF(ISNA(MATCH(B5,G9:G18,0)),"No","Yes")
 

G-fer

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WOW .....

Thanx team ... one of them will fix it.

Regards G-fer.
 

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