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How to compare multiple column values and set the final value in Calculated field

Posted on 2011-03-01
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I have four SharePoint choice fields. I created a new calculated field and I want to know the formula of how I can compare the values from the four choice fields and set the calculated value

For Instance, if column1="Complete" and column2 = "Complete" and Column3 = "Complete" and Column4 = "Complete" then set the calculated field value as "Submitted" otherwise "Not Submitted"
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The formula is:

=IF(AND(AND(AND(Column1="Completed",Column2="Completed"),Column3="
Completed"),Column4="Completed"),"Submitted","Incomplete")
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