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I have the following scenario:

If the value in cell Z5 is equal or greater than "0" the person gets $700
AND
if in addition field value in cell AB5 reflects a number equal or greater
than "3" then person gets $700 + 300 for a total of $1000

How should I compose the IF formula on cell O5?

Any help with be much appreciated.

Thanks.
Carolina



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On Aug 28, 10:31 am, Carolina
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I have the following scenario:

If the value in cell Z5 is equal or greater than "0" the person gets $700
AND
if in addition field value in cell AB5 reflects a number equal or greater
than "3" then person gets $700 + 300 for a total of $1000

How should I compose the IF formula on cell O5?

Any help with be much appreciated.

Thanks.
Carolina


IF(AB5=3,1000,IF(AB5=0,700,0))
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I have the following scenario:

If the value in cell Z5 is equal or greater than "0" the person gets $700
AND
if in addition field value in cell AB5 reflects a number equal or greater
than "3" then person gets $700 + 300 for a total of $1000

How should I compose the IF formula on cell O5?

Any help with be much appreciated.

Thanks.
Carolina



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Sorry, I read that wrong. Try this.

IF(Z5=0,IF(AB5=3,1000,700),0)
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Default If formula with two conditions to meet

No IFs are needed:

=(Z5=0)*(700+(AB5=3)*300)
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"Carolina" wrote:

I have the following scenario:

If the value in cell Z5 is equal or greater than "0" the person gets $700
AND
if in addition field value in cell AB5 reflects a number equal or greater
than "3" then person gets $700 + 300 for a total of $1000

How should I compose the IF formula on cell O5?

Any help with be much appreciated.

Thanks.
Carolina




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Carol,

assuming numeric values

version 1 when 300 is an add-on
=(z5=0)*700+300(ab5=3)

version 2 when z5 and ab5 must meet both criteria
=(z50)*700+300(ab5=3)

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"Carolina" wrote:

I have the following scenario:

If the value in cell Z5 is equal or greater than "0" the person gets $700
AND
if in addition field value in cell AB5 reflects a number equal or greater
than "3" then person gets $700 + 300 for a total of $1000

How should I compose the IF formula on cell O5?

Any help with be much appreciated.

Thanks.
Carolina


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forget version 2
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"driller" wrote:

Carol,

assuming numeric values

version 1 when 300 is an add-on
=(z5=0)*700+300(ab5=3)

version 2 when z5 and ab5 must meet both criteria
=(z50)*700+300(ab5=3)

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"Carolina" wrote:

I have the following scenario:

If the value in cell Z5 is equal or greater than "0" the person gets $700
AND
if in addition field value in cell AB5 reflects a number equal or greater
than "3" then person gets $700 + 300 for a total of $1000

How should I compose the IF formula on cell O5?

Any help with be much appreciated.

Thanks.
Carolina


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Worked wonderfully! Thanks.

"Spiky" wrote:

Sorry, I read that wrong. Try this.

IF(Z5=0,IF(AB5=3,1000,700),0)



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