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Old May 18th 05, 09:32 PM
GretPR
 
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Hi!!

Giving for example a volume of $2,600,000(this change), depending on that I
should apply a percent 0% to 22%. That volume I have to compare to scale that
say from $0 to 1,000,000, etc and so on with 17 different argument. I tried
the IF formula, but allow me 7 argument, and not all of them. Please can you
help me. Excel version 2003

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Old May 18th 05, 11:11 PM
Bob Phillips
 
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take a look at LOOKUP, and HLOOKUP in help. Post back if problems with more
detail of the data.

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Hi!!

Giving for example a volume of $2,600,000(this change), depending on that

I
should apply a percent 0% to 22%. That volume I have to compare to scale

that
say from $0 to 1,000,000, etc and so on with 17 different argument. I

tried
the IF formula, but allow me 7 argument, and not all of them. Please can

you
help me. Excel version 2003





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