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If else statement in excel

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I would like to write an excel formula that will get the percentage value of one column (one cell and then i drag it down...). It will set a cell to this value within a min and max range... for example, it will calculate 1% of column H, row 2, if the value is less than .49 set to .50, if the value is greater that 2.0 set to 2.0 otherwise the value is the percentage value

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                  if (H2*0.01)<0.49
                     value = 0.5
                  else if (H2*0.01)>2.0
                     value = 2.0
                  else 
                    value = (H2*0.01)

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=max(.49,min(h2*.01,2))
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by:WalterRR
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perfect , thanks
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very prompt, concise answer
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