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# if statement

Posted on 2011-02-24
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experts, how can I modify the below if the date in B8 is > date in B3 then say "Expires Past Facility Expiration...does not apply" but then do this otherwise:
=IF(B8="","Does not Drop Down",YearsMonthsDays(\$B\$8,\$B\$3,\$M\$4,\$M\$5))

thank you  (hope that makes sense...ask if need something else)
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barry houdini earned 500 total points
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=IF(B8="","Does not Drop Down",IF(\$B\$8>\$B\$3,"Expires Past Facility Expiration...does not apply",YearsMonthsDays(\$B\$8,\$B\$3,\$M\$4,\$M\$5)))

regards, barry
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awesome!  thanks
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