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November 16th 05, 04:40 AM posted to microsoft.public.excel.worksheet.functions
 Bob Wall Posts: n/a
Cell text based on 4 condition test

Excel 2003

I have 3 cells that I need to test for 4 possible conditions, and want to
have a nearby cell return text based on the test results:

Column C Column D
1 Realty 1 (can be any number 1 to 4)
2 Personal 0 (can be any number 0 to 3)
3 Business 0 (can be any number 0 to 10)

In a nearby cell, I'd like to have text returned based on the values entered
in cells D1, D2, and D3.

(D1 will always be at least one, so the text will always start with "Real
Estate")

Here are the conditions:
If D2 = 0 and D3 = 0, the text should read only "Real Estate"
If D2 0 and D3 = 0, the text should read "Real Estate & Personal Property"
if D2 = 0 and D3 0, the text output should be " Real Estate and Business
Interests"

lastly,
If D2 0 and D3 0, the text should read "Real Estate, Personal Property,
and Business Interests"

I know there is probably a mega formula involving IFs, ANDs, ORs, or
AREYOUKIDDINGs lurking in here, but I can't get my arms around it. I'd like
to avoid vba coding this one, but I will do that if someone has an elegant
solution to offer :-)

As always, thanks in advance!
BW

#2
November 16th 05, 05:14 AM posted to microsoft.public.excel.worksheet.functions
 Ron Rosenfeld Posts: n/a
Cell text based on 4 condition test

On Tue, 15 Nov 2005 22:40:09 -0500, "Bob Wall" wrote:

Excel 2003

I have 3 cells that I need to test for 4 possible conditions, and want to
have a nearby cell return text based on the test results:

Column C Column D
1 Realty 1 (can be any number 1 to 4)
2 Personal 0 (can be any number 0 to 3)
3 Business 0 (can be any number 0 to 10)

In a nearby cell, I'd like to have text returned based on the values entered
in cells D1, D2, and D3.

(D1 will always be at least one, so the text will always start with "Real
Estate")

Here are the conditions:
If D2 = 0 and D3 = 0, the text should read only "Real Estate"
If D2 0 and D3 = 0, the text should read "Real Estate & Personal Property"
if D2 = 0 and D3 0, the text output should be " Real Estate and Business
Interests"

lastly,
If D2 0 and D3 0, the text should read "Real Estate, Personal Property,
and Business Interests"

Going literally, as you have written it:

=IF(AND(D2=0,D3=0),"Real Estate",
IF(AND(D20,D3=0),"Real Estate & Personal Property",
IF(AND(D2=0,D30)," Real Estate and Business Interests",
IF(AND(D20,D30), "Real Estate, Personal Property, and Business interests"))))

--ron
#3
November 16th 05, 05:42 AM posted to microsoft.public.excel.worksheet.functions
 Biff Posts: n/a
Cell text based on 4 condition test

Hi!

Try this:

=IF(AND(COUNT(D13)=3,D2=0,D3=0),"Real
Estate",IF(AND(COUNT(D13)=3,D20,D3=0),"Real Estate and Personal
Property",IF(AND(COUNT(D13)=3,D2=0,D30),"Real Estate and Business
Interests",IF(COUNTIF(D13,"0")=3,"Real Estate, Personal Property, and
Business Interests",""))))

Biff

"Bob Wall" wrote in message
...
Excel 2003

I have 3 cells that I need to test for 4 possible conditions, and want to
have a nearby cell return text based on the test results:

Column C Column D
1 Realty 1 (can be any number 1 to 4)
2 Personal 0 (can be any number 0 to 3)
3 Business 0 (can be any number 0 to 10)

In a nearby cell, I'd like to have text returned based on the values
entered in cells D1, D2, and D3.

(D1 will always be at least one, so the text will always start with "Real
Estate")

Here are the conditions:
If D2 = 0 and D3 = 0, the text should read only "Real Estate"
If D2 0 and D3 = 0, the text should read "Real Estate & Personal
Property"
if D2 = 0 and D3 0, the text output should be " Real Estate and Business
Interests"

lastly,
If D2 0 and D3 0, the text should read "Real Estate, Personal
Property, and Business Interests"

I know there is probably a mega formula involving IFs, ANDs, ORs, or
AREYOUKIDDINGs lurking in here, but I can't get my arms around it. I'd
like to avoid vba coding this one, but I will do that if someone has an
elegant solution to offer :-)

As always, thanks in advance!
BW

#4
November 16th 05, 08:34 PM posted to microsoft.public.excel.worksheet.functions
 Bob Wall Posts: n/a
Cell text based on 4 condition test

Thanks gentlemen, works perfectly. You guys are awesome!
BW

"Biff" wrote in message
...
Hi!

Try this:

=IF(AND(COUNT(D13)=3,D2=0,D3=0),"Real
Estate",IF(AND(COUNT(D13)=3,D20,D3=0),"Real Estate and Personal
Property",IF(AND(COUNT(D13)=3,D2=0,D30),"Real Estate and Business
Interests",IF(COUNTIF(D13,"0")=3,"Real Estate, Personal Property, and
Business Interests",""))))

Biff

"Bob Wall" wrote in message
...
Excel 2003

I have 3 cells that I need to test for 4 possible conditions, and want to
have a nearby cell return text based on the test results:

Column C Column D
1 Realty 1 (can be any number 1 to 4)
2 Personal 0 (can be any number 0 to 3)
3 Business 0 (can be any number 0 to 10)

In a nearby cell, I'd like to have text returned based on the values
entered in cells D1, D2, and D3.

(D1 will always be at least one, so the text will always start with "Real
Estate")

Here are the conditions:
If D2 = 0 and D3 = 0, the text should read only "Real Estate"
If D2 0 and D3 = 0, the text should read "Real Estate & Personal
Property"
if D2 = 0 and D3 0, the text output should be " Real Estate and Business
Interests"

lastly,
If D2 0 and D3 0, the text should read "Real Estate, Personal
Property, and Business Interests"

I know there is probably a mega formula involving IFs, ANDs, ORs, or
AREYOUKIDDINGs lurking in here, but I can't get my arms around it. I'd
like to avoid vba coding this one, but I will do that if someone has an
elegant solution to offer :-)

As always, thanks in advance!
BW

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