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# Excel Arguments

Posted on 2013-10-31
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I am trying to do this formula but it keeps returning error that it has too many arguments.

I know that Excel has a limit for arguments but I dont know if I have reached that limit or if my formula is wrong.

=if(and(O7>54;o7<61);N7*0,1;if(and(O7>60;o7<73);N7*0,085;if(and(O7>72;o7<85);N7*0,07;if(and(O7>84;o7<97);N7*0,055;if(and(O7>96;o7<109);N7*0,04;if(and(O7>108);o7<120);N7*0,025;N7*(1-(O7*0,0167))))))))

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Question by:HicSunt

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Shaun Kline earned 2000 total points
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It appears that you have an extra parenthesis in that last IF, after the O7>108).
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Yeah I saw that and I was trying to delete the question, but your answer were faster than mine thanks to my lovely slow connection speed. Points given....
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