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=IF(B7<5,"Yes","No")

Please can you help me amend the formula so that if B7is blank = "" the formula will also return a result of blank.

However should B7 be greater than 5 (<5) it will return "No"
Less than or equal to 5 "Yes"

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Question by:Gazza83
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=if(B7="","",IF(B7<5,"Yes","No"))

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"should B7 be greater than 5 (<5)"  ...did you meant "greater than 5 (>5)"?
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However should B7 be greater than 5 (<5) it will return "No"
Less than or equal to 5 "Yes"

Those two put together mean that you have your condition wrong. It's <=5 not <5

=IF(B7="","",IF(B7<=5,"Yes","No"))
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by:Huseyin KAHRAMAN
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he has this currently

=IF(B7<5,"Yes","No")

and we assume it is correct :) no matter what he put in sentence :)
and he wants "" if B7 is blank + current logic o/w
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