Excel 2010/2013 Excel 2007 Excel 2003 Tips & Tricks Excel Forum Course Index CIG Excel Book

 Tutorials   News   Tips   Templates   Forums   Help   Logon   Order More... What's New? Tips & Tricks Access Index Access Tips Excel Index Excel Tips Waiting List

Microsoft Excel Forum

This forum is for the discussion of Microsoft Excel.

Click Here To Subscribe to this forum and receive an email update whenever new posts are added, just scroll down to the bottom of this page and enter your email address in the comment form.

Permanent Link
Keywords: microsoft excel forum
 Post New Topic

Read IF Statement by William Clark @ 5/6/2012
 How do i set up a If statement  If i have a sum over 300 i substract 360 Reply from Richard Rost:If your value is in A1, you would say in B1:=IF(A1>300,A1-360,A1)If you were to translate that to BASIC, it would read:IF A1 > 300 THEN  B1 = A1 - 360ELSE  B1 = A1END IFI cover this in my courses on IF statements. Show Just This Thread        Post Reply
Read if statement by Chris @ 7/27/2010
 Trying to write this formula but can’t get it to work, see belowIf column “B” has a N/A then put a 0 in column “C” if “B” does not equal N/A populate “C” with whatever is in column “A”Amount Ending Balance Total-4,668.91 3508.23 -0.42 8177.14 -818.48 N/A -8,128.44 8177.56 +2,349.91 16306.0Answer from Richard Rost:Sounds like it should be:C1:  =IF(B1="N/A",0,A1)Easy enough?You can use the IF function to have Excel place a value in a cell based on one or more conditions or values in other cells. See this FREE tutorial on my web site for more information on how to use the IF function:http://www.599cd.com/tips/excel/misc/if-function-sales-tax.asp?key=BlFAlEx Show Just This Thread        Post Reply
Read If Statement by Mike @ 2/22/2010
 Thought this might be a little easier than vlookup.. Replace the letter with number value you want without the " " =IF(A1>=95,"A",IF(A1>=75,"B",IF(A1>=40,"C","D")))Reply from Richard Rost:Mike, you are absolutely correct. An IF statement in this case would work just fine. Personally, I try to push people into VLOOKUP whenever possible if there are more than 2 values to check because when you start talking about 6, 7, 8, values, then you should be using VLOOKUP. IF statements tend to get real clunky. Show Just This Thread        Post Reply
Read If Statement by Jonny @ 2/11/2010
 My question is, i need an if statement to assign 4 different numbers if the number in the reference cell is greater then or less then a certain number. (00-39, 40-74, 75-94, 95-99)Answer from Richard Rost:You could use a complex IF statement, but you might be better off with a VLOOKUP statement. Check out this tutorial:You can use the VLOOKUP or HLOOKUP function.VLOOKUP is a powerful function in Microsoft Excel that allows you to look up a value from another spreadsheet - or a smaller subtable (lookup table).See this FREE tutorial for help with VLOOKUP:http://599cd.com/tips/excel/vlookup/?key=BlFAlEx Show Just This Thread        Post Reply

Post Your Comments or Subscribe
If you would like to be notified of new posts on this forum,
just enter your email address below. It will be kept private.
 If you just want to subscribe to get email updates when this forum is updated, then enter your name and email address and check the Notify Me box below. If you would optionally like to add your comments below to be posted, they are welcome. Your Name: Shown Your Email: NOT Shown Subject: Comments: Sorry about this step. It's just to keep the spam bots away: Verify: What is 2+7: Notify me when the this forum is updated Remember Me for my next comments Please do not use this form for Customer Service inquiries! If you have questions about your account, shipping info, courses you've ordered, need passwords, etc. please use the Customer Service Center instead. I value your comments. They will be displayed on this page (above). Your name will be displayed, but your email address will not be. As always, I promise to never give away your personal information to anyone else, ever.

 You may want to read these articles from the 599CD News:
 3/5/2013 Excel Tip: Price Markups 2/3/2013 Signed Copies of my Excel Book 9/27/2012 Excel Expert 10 Handbook Ready 9/18/2012 Two New Excel Tips: Date/Time Differences 6/20/2012 Excel Tip: Sum Cells Between Two Values 6/16/2012 New Excel Tip: Paste Link 3/26/2012 Excel Tip: 2D Matrix Lookups 11/18/2011 Dashboards in Excel 10/6/2011 Excel Expert 11 On Hold 10/1/2011 Excel 2010 Expert 10

Learn

 Microsoft Access index Microsoft Excel index Microsoft Word index Microsoft Windows index Microsoft PowerPoint index Adobe Photoshop index Visual Basic index Active Server Pages index Online Seminars More...
Customers

Account Login
Online Theater
Downloads
Lost Password
Free Upgrades
Insider Circle
Info

Latest News
New Releases
User Forums
Tips & Tricks
Search Our Site
Waiting List
Production Schedule
Collapse Menus
Help

Live Chat
Customer Support
WalkThru Tutorials
Troubleshooting
FAQs
TechHelp
Consulting Services
About Us

Background
Testimonials
Jobs
Affiliate Program
Richard Rost
Free Lessons
Mailing List
Order

Video Tutorials
Handbooks
MYOLP Memberships
Idiot's Guide to Excel
Volume Discounts
Payment Info
Shipping
Terms of Sale
Contact

Live Chat
General Contact Info
Support Policy
Contact Form
Email Us
Mailing Address
Phone Number
Fax Number
Course Survey