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How to show value in row A in column A if column B row A value is TRUE

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If column B row A value is "7" and column A row a is John, I'd like the result to show "John 7" in a another cell.
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Rory Archibald earned 167 total points
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I'm not entirely sure this is what you want, but perhaps

=IF(B1=7, A1&" "&B1)

and copy down as needed.
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by:dorianit
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Rorya,
Thanks, I'll give that a try.

I made a change..what if I want to check if the number is greater than 0 and THEN A1&" "&B1 as you had suggested?

Thank you.
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by:Marc Z
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=IF(B1>0, A1&" "&B1)
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by:Martin Liss
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Is this what you want?

=IF(B1>0, A1&" "&B1)

I ask because when the value in column B is zero, the "another cell" value becomes "FALSE". If you'd rather it be blank then do this instead

=IF(B1>0,A1&" "&B1,"")

And of course in either case copy down as needed,
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