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    Hi there,

    I need a formula in g3 through g7000. so far I have =IF(F3 >0,SUM(F3+14), "blank")and than a condition format that if "blank" than format text white.

    Now I need to add to this and if d3="Conduct" f3+90 and if d3="NoCall/NoShow" f3+365. plus the above formula I already have. Is this possible? Thanks

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    Hi there,

    =IF(F3>0,(F3+14),IF(D3="Conduct",(F3+90),IF(D3="NoCall/NoShow",(F3+365),"blank")))

    Tom

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    Thanks!!

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    One more thing - if you're using the conditional formatting to get rid of the "blank", you can always just put "" instead of "blank" - putting "" tells Excel to put what's inside the quote, which would be nothing, hence the cell would remain blank.
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