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Make IF return blank if FALSE

Posted on 2013-11-15
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=IF(DX8="Yes",IF(DU8<DT8,"Risk Rated Down",IF(DU8>DT8,"Risk Rated Up",)))

Hi,

Can someone amend the above IF so it returns blank if FALSE

Many thanks
Seamus
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=IF(DX8="Yes",IF(DU8<DT8,"Risk Rated Down",IF(DU8>DT8,"Risk Rated Up","")),"")

Is that what you want about the blank  if it is false ?

if not, please write it more your question or need

Duncan
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Perfect, thanks Duncan
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Have a nice day and weekend, thanks
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You too!
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