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Display text depending of the values on different columns (excel 2003)

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If content in B1 = 1, then display "Project"
If content in C1 = 1, then display "Good"
If content in D1 = 1, then display "South"

So if the values on B1, C1, D1 are 1, 0, 1 respectively, then the it should display where ever we place the formula: "Project Good"

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JP
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=TRIM(IF(B1=1,"Project ","")&IF(C1=1,"Good ","")&IF(D1=1,"South",""))

Thomas
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Works. I was missing the "&".
Thanks,
JP
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Glad to help.

Thomas
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