# Excel Nested If Statement

Can anyone tell me what's wrong with this formula.  I keep getting #VALUE! in the cell.

What I want spelled out is

If I13>0 then "" and If \$H7=0 then ""
or if \$I13=0, "".
Else the SUM(J13:X13)+H13

=IF(AND(\$I13>0, \$H7=0, ""),IF(\$I13=0," ",SUM(J13:X13)+H13))
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Finance AnalystCommented:
You have a bracket in the wrong place, should be:

=IF(AND(\$I13>0, \$H7=0),"",IF(\$I13=0," ",SUM(J13:X13)+H13))

Thanks
Rob H
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Finance AnalystCommented:
Incorporating the OR, you could have:

=IF(OR(AND(\$I13>0,\$H7=0),\$I13=0)," ",SUM(J13:X13)+H13))

Thanks
Rob H

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Commented:
Perhaps this

=IF(OR(AND(\$I13>0,\$H7=0),\$I13=0),"",SUM(H13,J13:X13))

regards, barry
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Finance AnalystCommented:
Just counted the brackets, lose the one on the end!

RH
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