whats wrong with this IF formula?

bartoni

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Hi,

Ive typed this formula which basically looks for a value in the G2 (using the indirect function) and then if D2 is greater than the value, shows B2, if it doesnt it produces a blank.

=IF(D2>(INDIRECT(G2)), B2," ")


Is there anything glaringly obvious with it.

G2 = 5
D2 = 10
b2 = aba

Thanks
 

Excel Facts

Select a hidden cell
Somehide hide payroll data in column G? Press F5. Type G1. Enter. Look in formula bar while you arrow down through G.
Why are you using INDIRECT? Remove it and see what happens.
 
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