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ISNA Match formula

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Hi, a ss i am working on has the following formula

=IF(ISNA(MATCH("High",(BV12:CB12,$BP12),0)),IF(ISNA(MATCH("Medium",(BV12:CB12,$BP12),0)),IF(ISNA(MATCH("Low",(BV12:CB12,$BP12),0)),0,"Low"),"Medium"),"High")


I am wondering is it possible to use a match like this

(BV12:CB12,$BP12),0))

So thats a range, and then a seperate cell

I think its returning an incorrect calculation

Many thanks

Seamus
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Not really, but you can separate it like this, using AND to combine the 2 checks:

=IF(AND($BP12<>"High",ISNA(MATCH("High",(BV12:CB12),0))),IF(AND($BP12<>"Medium",ISNA(MATCH("Medium",(BV12:CB12),0))),IF(AND($BP12<>"Low",ISNA(MATCH("Low",(BV12:CB12),0))),0,"Low"),"Medium"),"High")
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Perfect :-)
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