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Old May 15th 06, 05:09 PM posted to microsoft.public.excel.misc
C-Dawg
 
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Here's the situation...I have a set of conditions to test and I figured out
the most of the problem. Here's the deal

I added two cells together, the total of the two cells is tested under these
condtions

a. If the cell 24 then "NO" is placed into a cell
b. If the cell =21 and < 25 then "AA" is placed into a cell
c. If the cell =17 and < 21 then "A" is placed into a cell
d. If the cell= 13 and < 17 then "BB" is placed into a cell
e. If the cell =9 and < 13 then "B" is placed into a cell
f. If the cell =4 and < 9 then "C" is placed into a cell

This is the formula I came up and works fine:

=IF(RAW!D424,"NO",IF(AND(RAW!D4=21,RAW!D4<25),"A A",IF(AND(RAW!D4=17,RAW!D4<21),"A",IF(AND(RAW!D4 =13,RAW!D4<17),"BB",IF(AND(RAW!D4=9,RAW!D4<13),"B ",IF(AND(RAW!D4=4,RAW!D4<9),"C"))))))

I need to add the following to the condtions (see bracketed text):

a. If the cell 24 then "NO" is placed into a cell
b. If the cell =21 and < 25 then "AA" is placed into a cell
c. If the cell =17 and < 21 then "A" is placed into a cell {no individual
cell can be no more than 11}...e.g. if a1=12 and a2=7, total would be 19,
this would not satisfy the condition because a1=12 which is over the
individual cell number limit.
d. If the cell= 13 and < 17 then "BB" is placed into a cell {no individual
cell can be no more than 8}...e.g. if a1=9 and a2=6, total would be 15, this
would not satisfy the condition because a1=9 which is over the individual
cell number limit.
e. If the cell =9 and < 13 then "B" is placed into a cell {no individual
cell can be no more than 6}...e.g. if a1=7 and a2=5, total would be 12, this
would not satisfy the condition because a1=7 which is over the individual
cell number limit.
f. If the cell =4 and < 9 then "C" is placed into a cell {no individual
cell can be no more than 4}...e.g. if a1=5 and a2=3, total would be 8, this
would not satisfy the condition because a1=5 which is over the individual
cell number limit.

I'd appreciate any assistance in adding the extra conditions

Thanks,

C-Dawg

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Old May 15th 06, 05:26 PM posted to microsoft.public.excel.misc
Ardus Petus
 
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What value ("AA", "A", ...) do you return when a cell is over the individual
cell limit?

Cheers,
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AP

"C-Dawg" a écrit dans le message de news:
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Here's the situation...I have a set of conditions to test and I figured
out
the most of the problem. Here's the deal

I added two cells together, the total of the two cells is tested under
these
condtions

a. If the cell 24 then "NO" is placed into a cell
b. If the cell =21 and < 25 then "AA" is placed into a cell
c. If the cell =17 and < 21 then "A" is placed into a cell
d. If the cell= 13 and < 17 then "BB" is placed into a cell
e. If the cell =9 and < 13 then "B" is placed into a cell
f. If the cell =4 and < 9 then "C" is placed into a cell

This is the formula I came up and works fine:

=IF(RAW!D424,"NO",IF(AND(RAW!D4=21,RAW!D4<25),"A A",IF(AND(RAW!D4=17,RAW!D4<21),"A",IF(AND(RAW!D4 =13,RAW!D4<17),"BB",IF(AND(RAW!D4=9,RAW!D4<13),"B ",IF(AND(RAW!D4=4,RAW!D4<9),"C"))))))

I need to add the following to the condtions (see bracketed text):

a. If the cell 24 then "NO" is placed into a cell
b. If the cell =21 and < 25 then "AA" is placed into a cell
c. If the cell =17 and < 21 then "A" is placed into a cell {no individual
cell can be no more than 11}...e.g. if a1=12 and a2=7, total would be 19,
this would not satisfy the condition because a1=12 which is over the
individual cell number limit.
d. If the cell= 13 and < 17 then "BB" is placed into a cell {no
individual
cell can be no more than 8}...e.g. if a1=9 and a2=6, total would be 15,
this
would not satisfy the condition because a1=9 which is over the individual
cell number limit.
e. If the cell =9 and < 13 then "B" is placed into a cell {no individual
cell can be no more than 6}...e.g. if a1=7 and a2=5, total would be 12,
this
would not satisfy the condition because a1=7 which is over the individual
cell number limit.
f. If the cell =4 and < 9 then "C" is placed into a cell {no individual
cell can be no more than 4}...e.g. if a1=5 and a2=3, total would be 8,
this
would not satisfy the condition because a1=5 which is over the individual
cell number limit.

I'd appreciate any assistance in adding the extra conditions

Thanks,

C-Dawg



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Old May 15th 06, 05:44 PM posted to microsoft.public.excel.misc
C-Dawg
 
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Sorry..forgot to include that...If the individual cell limit threshold is
broken then a "NO" is placed into the cell

"Ardus Petus" wrote:

What value ("AA", "A", ...) do you return when a cell is over the individual
cell limit?

Cheers,
--
AP

"C-Dawg" a écrit dans le message de news:
...
Here's the situation...I have a set of conditions to test and I figured
out
the most of the problem. Here's the deal

I added two cells together, the total of the two cells is tested under
these
condtions

a. If the cell 24 then "NO" is placed into a cell
b. If the cell =21 and < 25 then "AA" is placed into a cell
c. If the cell =17 and < 21 then "A" is placed into a cell
d. If the cell= 13 and < 17 then "BB" is placed into a cell
e. If the cell =9 and < 13 then "B" is placed into a cell
f. If the cell =4 and < 9 then "C" is placed into a cell

This is the formula I came up and works fine:

=IF(RAW!D424,"NO",IF(AND(RAW!D4=21,RAW!D4<25),"A A",IF(AND(RAW!D4=17,RAW!D4<21),"A",IF(AND(RAW!D4 =13,RAW!D4<17),"BB",IF(AND(RAW!D4=9,RAW!D4<13),"B ",IF(AND(RAW!D4=4,RAW!D4<9),"C"))))))

I need to add the following to the condtions (see bracketed text):

a. If the cell 24 then "NO" is placed into a cell
b. If the cell =21 and < 25 then "AA" is placed into a cell
c. If the cell =17 and < 21 then "A" is placed into a cell {no individual
cell can be no more than 11}...e.g. if a1=12 and a2=7, total would be 19,
this would not satisfy the condition because a1=12 which is over the
individual cell number limit.
d. If the cell= 13 and < 17 then "BB" is placed into a cell {no
individual
cell can be no more than 8}...e.g. if a1=9 and a2=6, total would be 15,
this
would not satisfy the condition because a1=9 which is over the individual
cell number limit.
e. If the cell =9 and < 13 then "B" is placed into a cell {no individual
cell can be no more than 6}...e.g. if a1=7 and a2=5, total would be 12,
this
would not satisfy the condition because a1=7 which is over the individual
cell number limit.
f. If the cell =4 and < 9 then "C" is placed into a cell {no individual
cell can be no more than 4}...e.g. if a1=5 and a2=3, total would be 8,
this
would not satisfy the condition because a1=5 which is over the individual
cell number limit.

I'd appreciate any assistance in adding the extra conditions

Thanks,

C-Dawg




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Old May 15th 06, 06:01 PM posted to microsoft.public.excel.misc
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This seems to do it
=IF(A324,"NO",IF(A3=21,"AA",IF(A3=17,"A",IF(A3 =13,"BB",IF(A3=9,"B",IF(A3=4,"C"))))))&"
"&IF(A3=21,"",IF(AND(A3=17,OR(A111,A211)),"VOI D1",IF(AND(A3<17,A3=13,OR(A18,A28)),"VOID2",IF( AND(A3<13,A3=9,OR(A16,A26)),"VOID3",IF(AND(A3<9 ,A3=4,OR(A14,A24)),"VOID4","")))))

Replace A3 by RAW!D4 and A1 and A2 by correct references
I used VOID 1 , VOID 2,.. for debugging purposes; could just be VOID
best wishes
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"C-Dawg" wrote in message
...
Here's the situation...I have a set of conditions to test and I figured
out
the most of the problem. Here's the deal

I added two cells together, the total of the two cells is tested under
these
condtions

a. If the cell 24 then "NO" is placed into a cell
b. If the cell =21 and < 25 then "AA" is placed into a cell
c. If the cell =17 and < 21 then "A" is placed into a cell
d. If the cell= 13 and < 17 then "BB" is placed into a cell
e. If the cell =9 and < 13 then "B" is placed into a cell
f. If the cell =4 and < 9 then "C" is placed into a cell

This is the formula I came up and works fine:

=IF(RAW!D424,"NO",IF(AND(RAW!D4=21,RAW!D4<25),"A A",IF(AND(RAW!D4=17,RAW!D4<21),"A",IF(AND(RAW!D4 =13,RAW!D4<17),"BB",IF(AND(RAW!D4=9,RAW!D4<13),"B ",IF(AND(RAW!D4=4,RAW!D4<9),"C"))))))

I need to add the following to the condtions (see bracketed text):

a. If the cell 24 then "NO" is placed into a cell
b. If the cell =21 and < 25 then "AA" is placed into a cell
c. If the cell =17 and < 21 then "A" is placed into a cell {no individual
cell can be no more than 11}...e.g. if a1=12 and a2=7, total would be 19,
this would not satisfy the condition because a1=12 which is over the
individual cell number limit.
d. If the cell= 13 and < 17 then "BB" is placed into a cell {no
individual
cell can be no more than 8}...e.g. if a1=9 and a2=6, total would be 15,
this
would not satisfy the condition because a1=9 which is over the individual
cell number limit.
e. If the cell =9 and < 13 then "B" is placed into a cell {no individual
cell can be no more than 6}...e.g. if a1=7 and a2=5, total would be 12,
this
would not satisfy the condition because a1=7 which is over the individual
cell number limit.
f. If the cell =4 and < 9 then "C" is placed into a cell {no individual
cell can be no more than 4}...e.g. if a1=5 and a2=3, total would be 8,
this
would not satisfy the condition because a1=5 which is over the individual
cell number limit.

I'd appreciate any assistance in adding the extra conditions

Thanks,

C-Dawg





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