If Then Statements (Excel)

How do I phrase this in a way that Excel likes?  

IF(P6=Null),THEN(Q6=R6
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Jagadishwor DulalBraces MediaCommented:
=if(P6='', Q6=R6, '?');

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the syntax is
=if(condition, true result, false result)

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stevepcguyCommented:
Is this in cell Q6?
You will also need to specify a false condition... what to place if P6 isn't blank.

In cell Q6:
=if(p6="", R6,"")

If P6 is blank, then q6=r6. Otherwise, q6 is blank.
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[ fanpages ]IT Services ConsultantCommented:
Hi,

Further to the two responses above, as an in-cell formula in cell [Q6]:

=IF(ISBLANK(P6),R6,P6)

If [P6] is 'empty' (blank), then [Q6] is set to the value of [R6], otherwise [Q6] is set to [P6].

However, in Microsoft Visual Basic for Applications:

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 If IsNull([P6]) Then
     [Q6] = [R6]
  Else
     [Q6] = [P6]
  End If

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or
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 [Q6] = IIf(IsNull([P6]), [R6], [P6])
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or
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 If IsEmpty([P6]) Then
     [Q6] = [R6]
  Else
     [Q6] = [P6]
  End If

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or
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 [Q6] = IIf(IsEmpty([P6]), [R6], [P6])
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The usage of IsNull() or IsEmpty() will depend on the data format/type expected in cell [P6].

Perhaps you could elaborate on this please.

BFN,

fp.
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[ fanpages ]IT Services ConsultantCommented:
You're welcome.
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