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I an looking for an excel formula

in my xls I have a birthdate field column a, I would like column b to be

U9 if column A > 8/31/2003
U11 if column A > 8/31/2001 and < 9/1/2003
U13 if column A > 8/31/1999 and < 9/1/2001
U15 if column A > 8/31/1997 and < 9/1/1999
HS if column A < 9/1/1999
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Question by:Matt Pinkston
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You might try a formula like:
=IF(A1="","",LOOKUP(A1, DATE({0,1997,1999,2001,2003},9,1),{"HS","U15","U13","U11","U9"}))

It wasn't clear what the criteria for HS should be from the question. I assumed that it was before 9/1/1997, and that you wrote < 9/1/1999 in error.
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You could also use a VLOOKUP formula using a table in cells N1:O6 like:
Date          Category
0                  HS
9/1/1997      U15
9/1/1999      U13
9/1/2001      U11
9/1/2003      U9

The VLOOKUP formula would be:
=IF(A1="","",VLOOKUP(A1,N$2:O$6,2))

Both methods are shown in the attached file
AgeRatedQ28125399.xlsx
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