poorwallace

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Hi Mr Wallace, This is Ralph, Taxi Meter. egeslani said your formula will work. Which cell do I put the formula in, The cell where I want the amount of miles to show? and the IF(J9 would be the cell where I would enter the meter amount or what ever cell I choose?
 

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Ralph,

You should put the formula in the cell where you want the number of miles to show. I believe you could use any of the other formulas that were posted after mine, as you may find them to be more readable.

So, if you want the number of miles to show up in J8, then put the formula in J8.

HTH

Edit: typo
 
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