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Combining IF, AND, OR functions

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Hello Experts,

I have a spreadsheet which I want to filter by a set formula.  

For example:

If A2 <> "-" or A2 <> " " AND B2<>" " AND C2 <>" " "Review".

I have tried a number of ways to do this, including nested IF and did not get the answer I was hoping for.

I have attached an example of what I have tried to do with AND function.

I would be very grateful for any help.

Regards,
Infosec36
Formula.xls
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by:NBVC
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You can state, in words, when exactly you want the Review to show.

Currently, it looks like it is correctly displaying based on what I read above.
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Maybe you are needing to add the TRIM() function to take care of spaces that shouldn't be there?

e/g/

=IF(AND(TRIM(A2)<>"-",TRIM(A2)<>"",TRIM(B2)<>"",TRIM(C2)<>""),"Review","")

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by:Sonia Bowditch
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One thing I did not think about works perfectly.

Thank you.
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