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=IF(ED2="SCC","SCC",IF(LARGE(V2:$AG2,3)>Analysis!$D$32,"High",IF(LARGE(V2:AG2,3)<Analysis!$E$32,"Low","Medium")))

Hi,

this IF works nicely for me but i have just realised a flaw, i can only check against the large value of D32 + E32 if column D2 = 2

And to add, if column D2 = 1,3,4,5 or 6, i must check against D31 + E31
                   if column D2 <> 2,1,3,4,5 OR 6 then i must check against D33 + E33

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So, my formula must first check to see the client type in column D, then get the large number from the array, then based on client type, check the large number against

D31/E31
D32/E32
D33/E33
 
Thanks
Seamus
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by:Seamus2626
ID: 39669440
Attached sample file
Analysis-Template-EE.xlsm
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by:Lowfatspread
ID: 39669518
so why not create an extra column which produces the correct sum ...

e.g. az2  =iif(d2 = 2 , d32+e32,iif(d2=1 or d2=3 or d2=4 or d2=5 or d2=6 , d31+e31,d33+e33))

and then just use the az2 value in your existing formula...
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by:NBVC
ID: 39669520
Do you mean?

=IF(ED2="SCC","SCC",IF(LARGE(V2:$AG2,3)>IF(ISNUMBER(MATCH(D2,{1,3,4,5,6},0)),Analysis!$D$31,IF(D2=2,Analysis!$D$32,Analysis!$D$33)),"High",IF(LARGE(V2:AG2,3)<>IF(ISNUMBER(MATCH(D2,{1,3,4,5,6},0)),Analysis!$E$31,IF(D2=2,Analysis!$E$32,Analysis!$E$33)),"Low","Medium")))
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by:Seamus2626
ID: 39669555
Hi NB_VC, the first column produces a score of Low, which is incorrect, it should be medium, i must go now but will look through monday morning, thanks
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Sorry Seamus, not sure how I inserted a <>, should be <

here is the updated formula:

=IF(ED2="SCC","SCC",IF(LARGE(V2:$AG2,3)>IF(ISNUMBER(MATCH(D2,{1,3,4,5,6},0)),Analysis!$D$31,IF(D2=2,Analysis!$D$32,Analysis!$D$33)),"High",IF(LARGE(V2:AG2,3)<IF(ISNUMBER(MATCH(D2,{1,3,4,5,6},0)),Analysis!$E$31,IF(D2=2,Analysis!$E$32,Analysis!$E$33)),"Low","Medium")))
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by:Seamus2626
ID: 39674025
poiffect, many thanks :-)
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