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IF Functions

Resolved · High Priority · Version 365

Vicki has attended:
Excel Intermediate course

IF Functions

Having completed the intermediate course, I'm trying to put my learnings into practice but coming up with an error as I'm wanting to look at multiple scenarios.
How do you create an IF when you're looking at multiple categories; for example:
X company has a turnover of £10m, which is a band F; Y company has a turnover of £20m which is band E. What would be the calculation where there is an option for bands between A-G covering turnovers from £5m up to £80m?
I don't think this was taught with so many scenarios in the Intermediate class; if thats correct, I need to go on the advanced course now too!

RE: IF Functions

Hello Vicki,

Thank you for your question. Instead of answering your question in this forum, I will email you a spreadsheet with a solution. Rather than using IF, XLOOKUP will be a much better solution.

We cover lookups in detail on our advanced course.

For any further questions, please continue using this forum.

Kind regards
Marius Barnard
STL

Wed 15 Mar 2023: Automatically marked as resolved.

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