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Formula using If AND OR

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I need help with a formula

If F>0 and B is Null show A33

else if

F >0 and B is not null show B33

else if  F33 is null  then ""
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Question by:leezac
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Try putting this into a cell in row 2, then copying it down.

=if(F2>0,if(B2="",A33,B33),"")
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That works - thanks for fast answer.
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Glad I could help! And welcome to nested functions - I think you'll enjoy them!
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