Range or similar formula?

BT690

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Hi

I have a spread sheet with a couple of thousand cells of decimal numbers between two values of 0 & 10. I want to use some type of formula that will put them into five ranges eg "0> & <2"=1, ">2 & <4" =2 etc. What is the best formula to apply in this instance please.

Thanks

BT
 
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thespardian

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Please try this.
=INDEX({1,2,3,4,5,6},MATCH(A1,{0,2,4,6,8,10},1))

just change the cell reference accordingly
 

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