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Posted on 2011-04-27
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I will try to explain the best way I can. I am currently using this formula:

=(OR(C6="Complete",C6="Complete - Successful"))+0

It tells me that if the value in C6 is either Complete or Complete - Successful to make it  1, or 100%.

I am wanting to also add to it to check to see if a accounting code matches (Column B on both Sheets), if it does, add the value thats in column K. If not, use the "Complete" or "Complete - Succcessul."

See the attached for an example file. I hope I have explained it well, if not, I will respond asap.
4-27-11.xlsx
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zorvek (Kevin Jones) earned 2000 total points
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Use this function:

=IF(ISERROR(MATCH(B2,Survey!B$2:B$1000,0)),(OR(C2="Complete",C2="Complete - Successful")+0),INDEX(Survey!K$2:K$1000,MATCH(B2,Survey!B$2:B$1000,0)))

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Works great! Thank you and be on the lookout for future postings.
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