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vgolfman October 28th 04 02:51 PM

IF and ISODD Formula Help
 
First time posting a question...

B1 = input
B2 = input
Formula that is returning a #NAME? error is:
=IF(B1<5,B1*12,IF(ISODD(B1),(((B1-4-1)/2)+4)*12,(((B1-4)/2)+4)*12))

This formula works fine if B1<5, its when that first IF is false where the
problem arises.

The result I expect would be is, if B1 = 21 and B2 =12, I expect the formula
to return a value of 144. Any help/suggestions would be appreciated.

Peo Sjoblom October 28th 04 03:01 PM

You need to install Analysis ToolPak, ISODD is part of ATP,
keep the office/excel cd handy, click toolsadd-inns, select
Analysis ToolPak and follow the instructions
If you don't have access to a CD use IF(MOD(B1,2)=1 instead of IF(ISODD(B1)


Regards,

Peo Sjoblom


"vgolfman" wrote:

First time posting a question...

B1 = input
B2 = input
Formula that is returning a #NAME? error is:
=IF(B1<5,B1*12,IF(ISODD(B1),(((B1-4-1)/2)+4)*12,(((B1-4)/2)+4)*12))

This formula works fine if B1<5, its when that first IF is false where the
problem arises.

The result I expect would be is, if B1 = 21 and B2 =12, I expect the formula
to return a value of 144. Any help/suggestions would be appreciated.


vgolfman October 28th 04 03:07 PM

Peo,
That fixed it!!! Thanks!

"Peo Sjoblom" wrote:

You need to install Analysis ToolPak, ISODD is part of ATP,
keep the office/excel cd handy, click toolsadd-inns, select
Analysis ToolPak and follow the instructions
If you don't have access to a CD use IF(MOD(B1,2)=1 instead of IF(ISODD(B1)


Regards,

Peo Sjoblom


"vgolfman" wrote:

First time posting a question...

B1 = input
B2 = input
Formula that is returning a #NAME? error is:
=IF(B1<5,B1*12,IF(ISODD(B1),(((B1-4-1)/2)+4)*12,(((B1-4)/2)+4)*12))

This formula works fine if B1<5, its when that first IF is false where the
problem arises.

The result I expect would be is, if B1 = 21 and B2 =12, I expect the formula
to return a value of 144. Any help/suggestions would be appreciated.



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